Artist Mary Mattingly participated in the 2014 Fringe Arts Festival with her installation “WetLand,” a mobile, sculptural live/work habitat that floated on the Delaware River. A combination of art, architecture and ecology, Mattingly incorporated rainwater harvesting, gardening, performance space, and living areas into the project. RAIR sourced materials for the project, including irrigation for the floating planters, window frames for exterior of structure, tires for the dock bumpers, and miscellaneous components such as netting and tubing. For the programming during the installation, RAIR also connected Mattingly with resident Kaitlin Pomerantz for a workshop.