BOOKS

Coming soon!


Boetzkes, Amanda, Climate Realism ed. Lynn Badia, Marija Cetinic and Jeff Diamanti, Routledge Press, 2019
Weintraub, Linda, What’s Next? Eco Materialism and Contemporary Art, University of Chicago Press, 2019
Julia Faisst, Chapterr 7 "Wear Your Shelter: Climate Change Photography and Mary Mattingly’s Nomadographies "in Picturing America: Photography and a sense of Place, Brill, 2018
Yuha Jung, Ann Rowson Love, Systems Thinking in Museums: Theory and Practice, Rowman & Littlefield, 2017
Muller, Ellen. Elements and Principles of 4D Art and Design, Oxford University Press, 2016.
Sayre, Henry, A World of Art, 8th edition, Pearson Education Inc. and Lawrence King Publishing, 2015.
Davis, Heather and Etienne Turpin, Art in the Anthropocene: Encounters Among Aesthetics, Politics, Environments and Epistemologies Open Humanities Press, 2015.
Speculations ("The future is ______"), Triple Canopy, 2015.
Michaels, Maria, Media Art and the Urban Environment: Engendering Public Engagement with Urban Ecology Springer-Verlag, 2015.
Tsai, Eugenie and Rujeko Hockley. Crossing Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum, NY, 2014.
Common Spaces, The Whitney Museum, NY, 2014.
Goldfarb, Maximilian and Matt Bua. Drawing Building, Lawrence King, 2012.
Kastner, Jeffrey. Nature, Documents of Contemporary Art Series, Whitechapel/MIT Press, 2012.
Sullivan, Lexi Lee, Temporary Structures, deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, 2012.
Bogre, Michelle, Photography as Activism: Images for Social Change, Focal Press, 2012.
R. Klanten, S. Ehmann, K. Bolhoer, My Green City, Gestalten, 2011.
Water, Prix Pictet, teNeuse, 2009.
Au Feminin, Centre Culturel Calouste Gulbenkian, Paris, 2008.

ARTICLES
2021: Charlotte Kent, “Pipelines and Permafrost” The Brooklyn Rail
Louis Bury, “Pipelines and Permafrost” Hyperallergic
Kevan Klosterwell, Duke University Press
Caroline Corbetta "Mary Mattingly" Domus
Jillian Russo, "Wandamba yalungka.../Winds change direction...Video exhibition curated by Maura Reilly"
Brooklyn Rail
Julie Reiss, "Public Water" Brooklyn Rail
Melissa Smith, "To Do This Weekend" New York Times
Jane Englefield, "Watershed Core is a cyclical installation that filters rainwater in New York" Dezeen
Jane Levere, "Public Water Presents New York’s Complex Drinking Water System in Miniature" Metropolis

2020:
Sheila Wickouski "ecofeminism(s) Connects Feminism, Art and Eco-Consciousness" Ms Magazine
Linda Weintraub "ecofeminism(s) - Thomas Erben Gallery," Flash Art
"ecofeminism(s)" The Brooklyn Rail, by Alex A Jones
"Mary Mattingly is the Brooklyn Public Library’s Artist in Residence" Artforum
Peter Libbey "Mary Mattingly Named Brooklyn Public Library’s Artist in Residence" New York Times

2019: Judith H. Dobrzynski, "Tired of Model Ships? Try a Priceless Turner" Wall Street Journal
Tess Gruenberg, "The Future of Food" Dazed Magazine
"Mystic Seaport Museum to Open New Exhibition" Norwich Bulletin
Alison Dell and Mary Mattingly, "Collaborating with Nature: Public Art & the Environment" Public Art Dialogue
"Material Supply Chains and Eco-Traumas" The Brooklyn Rail
Astrid Schoenhagen, "Wearable Homes" wohnen+/-ausstellen
Baya BELLANGER "Regard sur l'architecture" Realisatrice

2018: Ilana Novick "Taking Apart the War Machine to See What’s Inside" Hyperallergic
Zoe Lescaze "12 Artists on Climate Change" New York Times
Jillian Steinhauer, "Mary Mattingly" New York Times
Louis Bury, The Ghosts of Our Future Climate at Storm King, Hyperrallergic
New Yorker, “Outdoor Artworks Tackle Environmental Issues, At Storm King
Nadja Sayej, Artists on Climate Change: The Exhibition Tackling a Global Crisis, the Guardian
Jen Carlson, Storm King’s Sprawling New Exhibit Explores Climate Change, Gothamist
Patrick Rogers, In Upstate New York, a Summer of Climate Change Art, NRDC
Louis Bury, “Mary Mattingly’s Poetry of Things” Hyperallergic
Mara Silvers, “This Harvest Season Check Out Concrete Plant Park” NPR

2017: Daniel McDermon “Storm King Show to Focus on Climate Change in 2018” New York Times
Jillian Steinhauer, "A Floating, Urban Forest Where the Food Is Free" Hyperallergic
Lauren Glassburg, "Artist Creates Urban Farm on a Barge" ABC News
Huffington Post, "This Floating Food Barge is Nourishing Communities for Free"
Eillie Anzilotti, An Urban Food Forest Takes to the Waterways, Bloomberg News

Ameena Walker, "Swale's floating 'food forest' docks at the Bronx's Concrete Park" Curbed
Alessandra Potenza, "THIS FOOD FOREST ON A BARGE IN NEW YORK FLOATS THE IDEA OF FRESH FOOD FOR CITIES" The Verge
Jennifer Picht, New York's Incredible Floating Forest Returns this Summer, Time Out New York

Alexandra S. Levine, A" Forest Floats on the Bronx River, With Free Produce" New York Times
Kevin West, "Will Work With Food," Surface Magazine

New York's Floating Food Forest, CNN Going Green
ANISHA NANDI, "Floating Food Forest Docked in New York at one of the Largest Food Deserts," CBS
Shumita Basu, A Garden is Bobbing off the Banks of Brooklyn, National Public Radio


2016: Michael McCanne, "Movable Feast: Mary Mattingly's Floating Garden" Art in America
Susan Delson, "An Artist Floats an Edible Forest" The Wall Street Journal 
Swale, Bronx12 Swale, NY1
Imogen Rowland, "The Floating Forest" Ronda
Swale: NBC, CBS, BBC 
Kristine Wong "Swale" Stanford Social Innovation Review, CAS
Ryan Steadman "Don't Be Surprised to see a Floating Garden in NYC's Harbor" New York Observer
Wendy Joan Biddlecombe "Floating Food Forest to Move Through the NY Harbor" Metro New York
Eillie Anzilotto "An Urban Food Forest Takes to the Waterways" The Atlantic
Erin Blakemore "New York's Newest Urban Farm Floats" The Smithsonian

2015: Allison Meier "Mobile Food Forest to Float the NYC Waterways in Spring 2016" Hyperallergic
Michael Morain "Rushing river delays plans for Water Works foot-bridge" The Des Moines Register
Holland Cotter “The Havana Biennial is in Full Throttle” The New York Times
Leslie Kaufman, “WetLand” Sculpture Magazine
Michael Morain “A Ripple Effect” Des Moines Register
Scott Simon “As U.S. Reengages With Cuba, Art Museums Make a Trade” NPR
Carolina Miranda “Arts have been vital U.S.-Cuba link; the thaw will make them better” LA Times
Bruce Chapman “Floating World” Winston-Salem Journal

2014: WetLand, The Philadelphia Inquirer
Ben Brantley “Fringe Festival, WetLand Philadelphia” The New York Times
WetLand, Philadelphia Weekly
WetLand, Philadelphia City Paper
Holland Cotter "Common Spaces," The New York Times
"The Flock House Project" National Public Radio Omaha
Martha Schwendener "A Critic's Picks in Brooklyn, An Embattled Utopia," New York Times
Sabrina DeTurk "Distant Images, Local Positions," Afterimage
Alison Schweichler “Many groups are working to effect positive change,” Buffalo News
Colin Dabkowski “‘Performing Economies’ rethinks development through art and performance,” Buffalo News
Jack Foran, “Performing Economies Colloquium,” ArtVoice
“Mary Mattingly: Flock House Project Omaha: A Citywide Workshop” NPR
Eleanor Heartney “Art for the Anthropocene Era” Art in America

2013: Kareem Estafan “Mary Mattingly” Art in America
“Mary Mattingly on Alan Sekula” Art in America
Joanna Ruth Epstein “House and Universe” ArtNews
Colby Chamberlain “Mary Mattingly” Artforum
Vince Aletti "Mary Mattingly" The New Yorker
Martha Schwendener "Mary Mattingly: House and Universe" New York Times
The Lookout "Mary Mattingly" Art in America
David A. Willis "At Home in the World" ArtSlant
Noor Brara "The Weight of Mary Mattingly's World" Interview Magazine
Interview with Greg Lindquist, "The Life of Objects," Art in America.com
Museums and Galleries, "Process and Progress," New York Times