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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.
An elephant parade from Ringling Bros. Circus draws a crowd of animal rights protesters in NYC.
Launched in 1975 and spanning 15 issues through 1979, Punk Magazine was an integral part of the music and art scene of the mid-to-late Seventies. Co-founded by cartoonist and editor John Holmstrom, publisher Ged Dunn, and Legs McNeil, the publication is often credited with popularizing the term “punk,” along with the scene then developing at famed NYC venue, CBGB. On Friday, January 11th, Holmstrom celebrated the release of The Best Of Punk Magazine, a collection of work from the magazine. On hand for the energetic occasion at Powerhouse Books in Dumbo, Brooklyn, were a cast of punk rock regulars, some of whom we spoke with, including legendary rock photographer Bob Gruen; co-founder of the Dictators, Andy Shernoff; and Gary Storm, former DJ at WBFO in Buffalo.

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