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Mattress Factory Virtual Experiences

When you can't make it to the Mattress Factory, check out our virutal offerings to enjoy the museum from anywhere!

 

Virtual Tours

Yayoi Kusama - Infinity Dots Mirrored Room and Repetitive Vision

 

Greer Lankton - It's all about ME, Not You and Selections from the Greer Lankton Archive

 

Bill Woodrow - Ship of Fools, Discovery of Time

 

William Anastasi - Trespass & Untitled (Calisthenic Series), Vanessa Sica and Chris Kasabach - Unbrella and Allan Wexler - Bed Sitting Rooms for an Artist in Residence

 

Jene Highstein - Untitled

 

Greer Lankton - It's all about ME, Not You Gigapan

 

Artists In Their Own Words

Tra Bouscaren, Night Blooms, 2019

 

Naomi Draper, Holding Fragments, 2019

 

Nathan Hall, You're Not the Boss of Me & About Place, 2019

 

Patte Loper, Laboratory for Other Worlds, 2019

 

Pepe Mar, Dragronfruit, 2019

 

Patrick Robideau, All Is Not Forgotten, 2019

 

Laleh Mehran, The Interstitium, 2018

 

Osgemeos, Lyrical, 2018

 

Karina Smigla-Bobinski, ADA, 2018

 

Christina A. West, Screen, 2018

 

Sarah Oppenheimer, 610-3356, 2008

 

Mary Temple, Transparent Brick Wall for Kusama, 2008

 

Greer Lankton, It's all about ME, Not You, 1996

 

Thaddeus Mosley: In His Own Words Part 1 and Part 2

 

Greer Lankton on Film - From the Greer Lankton Archive

In July 2014, Greer Lankton’s family donated to the Mattress Factory a gift of art, personal papers, photographs and related material, which they had saved throughout her life and which they had recovered after her death in 1996. An unfiltered view into the life and work of one of the most significant artists to have taken part in the revolutionary art scene in New York City’s East Village during the 1980s, the collection of thousands of items includes drawings and paintings, sculptures, sketchbooks, photographs, correspondence, personal journals, press clippings and more. These materials trace Lankton’s artistic development from childhood, studies at Pratt Institute and exhibitions at downtown New York’s Civilian Warfare gallery, as well as her personal relationships (including those with artists such as Nan Goldin), gender reassignment surgery, and struggles with addiction and anorexia.

 

Greer Lankton on Film - Christmas 1975 (silent)

 

Greer Lankton on Film - Thanksgiving 1977 / Lankton 1979 (silent)

 

Greer Lankton on Film - Unlabeled Reel 2

 

Greer Lankton on Film - Unlabeled Reel 4 (silent)

 

Greer Lankton on Film - Blueman Rosie (silent)

 

Greer Lankton on Film - Blueman (silent)

 

Greer Lankton on FIlm - Joyce and Greg 1975 (silent)