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Mary Mattingly and Eyebeam Atelier

Mary Mattingly is using Harpo funding to develop her current project, “Flock House,” which mimics the pattern and shape of current global human migration. Intended as a series of houses, “Flock House” living systems will be completely movable and constructed of recycled and re-purposed materials. This project is to be realized during the artist’s Eyebeam Fellowship in 2012.

This project was funded as part of the foundation’s 2011 funding cycle, which explores the interchange and dialogue between the non-locality of the digital world and the existential physicality of our everyday environment.

For more information about this artist, visit www.marymattingly.com.

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