Meg Matko is a visual / interdisciplinary artist focusing her work in primarily object-based and durational performance. Her often ephemeral explorations tend to center on witness of a private or intimate gesture surfacing in a public environment. Performative and body-based investigations push the limits of her own physicality, become exercises in repetition and/or unpack the artist - audience relationship through both personal and universal meditations.
Wall, 2017 PC: Bob Perkoski
Performance. Interior living room deconstructed over a period of 10 hours using only the body.
Interior Scroll, a restaging, 2016
Performance. Re-staging of Carolee Schneeman's 1975 piece, Interior Scroll. PC: Mike Levy
Ice Block, 2015
Performance. Block of ice melted on the abdomen over a period of 5-7 hours. Img: Courtesy of artist
Performance. Collaborative, mixed media experiment. PC: Beth Rankin
Self Love, 2005
Performance. Milk bath and self-inflicted injury. PC: Pat Jarret
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