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Marvin Touré
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the blood is the water.
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Catalina Schliebener Muñoz
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Deep, Deep Woods
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Isla Hansen
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How to Get to Make Believe
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Andrea Peña
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States of Transmutation
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Asim Waqif
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Assume the Risk
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The Mattress Factory is an artist-centered museum, international residency program and renowned producer and presenter of installation art. We say “yes” to artists, offering time and space to dream and realize projects in our hometown, Pittsburgh, PA. We invite audiences from around the world and around the corner to step inside, immerse and connect with the artistic process.

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Remnants, Portals and Power: The Afterlife

Alisha B Wormsley

How Deep Is Your Love

LaKeisha Wolf

A Constant Struggle for Reciprocity

Mary Martin

Soul Culture

Renee Cox

Mommies vs. Aunties

Naomi Chambers

Sed Valorem

Harrison Kinnane Smith

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Njaimeh Njie

Good/Bones

Justin Emmanuel Dumas

Black Community Survival Conference Tea Party Ice Cream Social Moonlit Cinema

Naomi Chambers

Living in Eden

Gavin Andrew Benjamin

PERFORMANCE FOR RELATIVES

Syanda Yaptik

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Jessica Stockholder

Mixing food with the bed
1989

Emil Lukas

27 Correspondents
2005

Marnie Weber

The Ghost Train
2015

Sandra Ramos

El camino de la incertidumbre (The Uncertain Road)
2004

Lindsay O'Leary

Pedaling Backwards, Moving Forward: How to lose 100 pounds in 365 days
2009

Jane Haskell

Prescience 97'
2002

Jaroslav Hulbój

Reconstruction for Lazarus’ Situation
1995

Tom Sarver

Happy Birthday 2003
2002

bocie-terrel Allen

The Rattlecat Museum: An Exhibition of Screwball Comedy/Stories Going Steady
2005

Nicola Kuperus & Adam Lee Miller

Diptyching
2013

Karin Bergdolt, Ann Rosenthal & Elizabeth Monoian

Late Anthropocene: 3 Continents
2011

Wendy Judge

MOUNTAIN
2016
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