Category Archives: Mary McDonnell

Tod Lippy on Mary McDonnell





Mary McDonnell’s Untitled, 2007, provokes in me the same feeling I get when I come upon chalk boundary lines on a high-school playing field, or see a freshly furrowed field.

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Mary McDonnell on Tad Mike

The composer Cornelius Cardew wrote an instruction in his 1969 Nature Study Notes (HMSIR43) for the participant-performer to walk down the street, “…picking up en route odd items, such as driftwood, scrap metal, etc. Make sounds in any way with the items picked up.”

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Mary McDonnell on Joel Shapiro


I am here
here I am
I was here
this is me
I am

( four hundred thirty-two times )

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