Art Uncovered

Premiere DateJul 23, 2013
00:00 Thomas Intro
01:20 Sure Shot Polvo
04:26 Mary Mattingly Interview pt. 1
06:12 Drug Girls Velocity Girl
09:44 Mary Mattingly Interview pt. 2
12:37 Wilderness Sleater-Kinney
16:12 Mary Mattingly Interview pt. 3
20:06 Canada High Places
23:04 Mary Mattingly Interview pt. 4
25:03 Me and the Major Belle and Sebastian
28:45 Mary Mattingly Interview pt. 5
31:21 Sunshine Blue Marine Girls
33:22 Mary Mattingly Interview pt. 6
35:30 Don't Eat That It's Poison Fastbacks
38:22 Mary Mattingly Interview pt. 7
39:55 Fell Down the Stairs Tilly and the Wall
41:59 Mary Mattingly Interview pt. 8
43:22 Beatnik Comet Gain
47:05 Finish

Waterpod Project

This week on the show is artist Mary Mattingly. Mary’s work combines photography, sculpture, architecture and ecology to bring us visions of a post-apocaliptic future — as well as, most importantly, some ideas for how we might survive such a future, or avoid it all together.  With works like her wearable homes  and The Waterpod Project — a self-sufficient floating artist habitat built on a recycled barge —- Mary’s work offers imaginative and visually stunning experiments in living    based on ideas of community, sustainability and individual freedom. Mary’s upcoming solo exhibition is called Mary Mattingly: House and Universe, and it opens at Robert Mann gallery on September 6th.

I visited Mary in her studio in Dumbo to talk about her work and her thoughts on utopia and the future of cities.

Inflatable Home

Wearable Home

Aqua 2000


Host Thomas
Thomas grew up in Northern California where he fell in love with music and photography while going to punk shows and shooting skate photos. He photography in college, which may or may not qualify him to host an…