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Amanda C. Mathis
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Greenpoint



ARTIST STATEMENT: My work is an exploration of thoughts on dwelling, personal narrative, and memory. I am drawn to the ordinary, the worn, the aged, and the lived in - the residue of history and human existence found in the domestic space. Using home interiors, architectural imagery, and salvaged home decor materials, I examine the meaning of home and the idea of home as a reflection of its inhabitants.
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  • Afraid of What I'll Come to Know
    2017
    Linoleum, wallpaper, wooden lath | 55.5 x 37 x 2 in.

  • Rift
    2017
    Linoleum, upholstery, molding | 44.5 x 45 x 3 in.

  • You have something of mine
    2016
    Fabric, chair stuffing, cushion, wood | 24.75 x 17.5 x 8 in.

  • Divided, Our Sleeping Home
    2016
    Paneling, tin ceiling, wood | 66.5 x 52 x 5.5 in.

  • Unupholstered
    2013
    Chair (upholstery, stuffing, wood) | 35 x 20.5 x 29 in.

  • Freshly caned and broken
    2015
    Chair parts and linoleum | 44.5 x 25.25 x 2.75 in.

  • Threshold
    2016
    Carpet, door, room interior | Dimensions variable
    Architectural intervention in a home.

  • Foreclosure (131 Oley Street, Reading, PA)
    2012
    C-print, Edition of 3 | 24 x 36 in.
    Documentation of a temporary, architectural intervention in a home.

  • Displacement (239 N. 5th Street)
    2010
    C-print, Edition of 3 | 24 x 36 in.
    Documentation of a temporary, architectural intervention in a home.

  • 20.17
    2017
    Photographs collaged on paper | 6.5 x 10 in.

  • 07.17
    2017
    Photographs collaged on paper | 6.875 x 8.75 in.

  • 10.17
    2017
    Photographs collaged on paper | 8 x 7.625 in.

  • 11.16
    2016
    Photographs collaged on paper | 9 x 9.875 in.
 








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