How to Survive Artist Spotlight: Mary Mattingly and River Lab Collaborators
Noon, Thursday, Dec. 7Online via Facebook Live
Join us for a series of virtual talks/Q&A sessions with artists featured in How to Survive as they consider their practice in relation to climate change and care. This month’s session features Mary Mattingly, alongside River Lab collaborators from across the US and Alaska, in conversation with Anchorage Museum Chief Curator Francesca Du Brock.
Free via Facebook Live (no account required).
About the Speaker:
Mary Mattingly creates images and sculptures about imagined futures that she calls “proposals.” Her practice is grounded in a desire to reframe human relationships to land, water, and one another, creating spaces where regenerative, cooperative, and future-forward thinking can grow and thrive. In River Lab, she collaborated with artists to develop tools for people to get in touch with and learn from waterways. Mattingly’s artwork has been shown at Storm King Art Center, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Seoul Art Center, the International Center of Photography, the Brooklyn Museum, Barbican Art Gallery, and Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes in Havana.
Additional artists to be announced.