Name misspelling(s) aside, Roberta Smith mentions Mary’s work in her year-end article on the Arts, slideshow included.
“Finally, what might be called the liberation of art history that began in the 1970s has continued; new knowledge about and approaches to nonwestern, decorative, popular, folk and applied art forms have been grafted onto what was once called the master narrative.”
“World’s most fuel-efficient five-seater”
“we have no calculus to unravel relations between what a picture shows and what it explains.” -Kenneth Baker
“The story begins in the 1950s when computers, restricted up to then for military use, were introduced to universities and laboratories. Mathematicians and scientists started to experiment by using them to create graphic effects, as did artists and designers.”
via Design – London Portrays Past and Future of Digital Art – NYTimes.com.
“Rockwell never kept it a secret, but for some reason this little fact has been neglected in recent decades. Although he may not have clicked the shutter, Rockwell directed every facet of every composition…” via NPR.
I like how he changed the diner dude in this one:
“Taking sound frequencies within the range of human hearing over a short period of time we rendered them in a tangible and permanent manner, as sculptures representing a sample of time.”