MTLO studio

MTLO studio (pronounced Mount Low) is the design, print, projects, and general services division of the Institute of Improbable Poromechanics; it is co-directed by Etienne Turpin, Mary O'Malley, and Sara Dean. We design and build exhibitions and objects, inhabitable and defensible spaces, graphic works, and related projects and services.

To contact MTLO studio for project commissions, collaborative endeavors, or general inquiries, please email
MTLO (at) improbableporomechanics (dot) org
or visit
MTLO studio
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RECENT WORK

_ Fabrication for Campus in Camps: experimental educational platforms and
practice-led interventions in Palestinian Refugee Camps
for the Art Gallery of Windsor exhibition
Border Cultures: Part One (homes, land)
January 25 – March 31, 2013





Images above from Campus in Camps exhibition for Border Cultures: Part One (homes, land); courtesy of Anexact.org.

MTLO is proud to support the project of Campus in Camps by completing the fabrication for the exhibition model. You can read more about the project here.
You can read more about Srimoyee Mitra's curatorial project for Border Cultures here.

The Art Gallery of Windsor is also currently hosting the The Border Bookmobile Public Archive and Reading Room, by Lee Rodney in collaboration with Mike Marcon, from January 25 – March 31, 2013.

Detail from Border Bookmobile Public Archive and Reading Room; courtesy of Anexact.org.


_ In-America (2012-Present)


"Wolff in America," from the In America collection, a print series for the 21st century hydro-leak enthusiast ...
More prints from the series are available here.