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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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Amanda C. Mathis
http://amandacmathis.com


b. Orlando, FL
Works in Brooklyn, NY

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2015
Our Romance with Habitual Entropy: Solo Shows by Jason Vaughn and Amanda C. Mathis, Thelma Sadoff Center for the Arts, Fond du Lac, WI
2008
Under Renovation, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY
2006
Bringing Down the House, curated by Tanja Weingartner, James Nicholson Gallery, New York, NY

GROUP & TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2017
Where Eagles Dare, Aquarius Gallery, Ridgewood, NY
Nasty Women, Knockdown Center, Maspeth, NY
2016
We Lost Our Tails, curated by MEN, Proto Gallery, Hoboken, NJ
Collectively Searching, ARTBAR Gallery, Kingston, NY
Legends: Next Generation, UCF Art Gallery, Orlando, FL
Urbanscapes, Arts Brookfield, New York, NY
2015
No Place Like Home, curated by Laura Couttie (The Living Room Project), Room Service Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2014
Stripped, Gallery Molly Krom, New York, NY
Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts Group Show, CAP ArtSpace, Ithaca, NY
2012
Interrogations, Interventions and Modifications: Four Artists Employ Architectural Strategies, curated by Erin Riley-Lopez, Freedman Gallery at Albright College, Reading, PA
makeshift, helper project space, Brooklyn, NY
2011
Can't Hear the Revolution, Kunsthalle Galapagos, Brooklyn, NY
Associated, Open Source Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2007
between to and from, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ
Here and Elsewhere, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY
2006
I can't quite place it . . . , curated by Elizabeth M. Grady, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY

PROJECTS
2016
Interventions III, home intervention, curated by Isidro Blasco and Piril Gunduz, Brooklyn, NY
2010
Infestation (116 Devoe Street), apartment installation, Brooklyn, NY
Displacement (239 N. 5th Street), apartment installation, Brooklyn, NY
Stay (77 Water Street), office installation, Workspace, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY

AWARDS & RESIDENCIES
2014
New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship (Crafts/Sculpture)
2013
Constance Saltonstall Residency, Ithaca, NY
2011
Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant
2009-2010
Artist-in-Residence, Workspace, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY
2006
Artist in the Marketplace (AIM), The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY

BIBLIOGRAPHY
2016
Dialogist Vol. III Issue II, February 2016. Web.
2015
Bluestone, D., Crane, J., Kiefer, M.J., Silman, R., & Forney, J. "Past is Prologue." ArchitectureBoston Vol. 18 No. 3, Fall 2015: 26-31. Print and web.
2013
Boog City Issue 83, September 2013: 8. Web.
SculptureCenter tumblr. SculptureCenter, 12-14 August 2013. Web.
BRIC Art Blogger. "Short List Curator: Rhia Hurt." BRIC Blog. BRIC, 8 August 2013. Web.
2012
Schira, Ron. "Getting to the heart of architecture: What's inside?" The Reading Eagle [Reading, PA] 14 October 2012.
Freedman Gallery at Albright College. Interrogations, Interventions and Modifications: Four Artists Employ Architectural Strategies exh. cat., essay by Erin Riley-Lopez. Reading, 2012.
Orozco, Anthony. "For photographer in upcoming Albright exhibit, home is where the art is." The Reading Eagle [Reading, PA] 21 July 2012: A2.
2011
Sutton, Benjamin. "Five Brooklyn Artists Doing Interesting Things with Urban Decay." The L Magazine 26 July 2011. Web.
2007
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. between to and from exh. cat., essay by Eleanor Eichenbaum and Veronica Mijelshon. Summit, 2007.
Schwendener, Martha. "Creative and Commercial: The Starving Artist Has to Eat." The New York Times 3 May 2007.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts. Here and Elsewhere exh. cat., essay by Joao Ribas. New York, 2007.
2006
Twomey, Chris. "Amanda C. Mathis at James Nicholson Gallery." The New York Art World Vol.9 No. 9, May 2006: 10.

EDUCATION
2004-2006 M.F.A., Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
1999-2004 B.F.A., University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
 








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