Matrix: a Radical Approach to Architecture
Janie Grote (1992) Planning Research Vol. 9, No. 2, Special Issue: Women’s Voices in Architecture and Planning. 158 – 168.
Explores how Matrix worked cooperatively in the 1990s, through the projects for Jagonari and Harlow Women’s Aid Centre.
Only available through Universities’ JSTOR system.
Making Room: Women and Architecture
Heresies 11 (1981) Vol 3, No 3.
A special edition covering projects from the 1970s, particularly in the USA. Includes a short piece by Susan Francis about Matrix.
Available for free download from the Heresies online archive.
Evaluating Matrix: notes from inside the collective
Julia Dwyer (2007) in Doina Petrescu (Ed.) Altering Practices: Feminist Politics and Poetics of Space, Routledge
An overview of the practice by a key member of the collective.
Only available through libraries and by purchase.
The Other Side of Waiting
Katie Lloyd Thomas and taking place (2009) Feminist Review 93(1), 122-127.
Reviews work by a feminist art and architecture collective which includes previous members of Matrix.
Only available through university libraries.
Sharon Egretta Sutton – in conversation
Sarah Akigbogun (2019) talks with Sharon Egretta Sutton – the first African American woman to be promoted to full professor of architecture; and a central figure in civil rights campaigns in the US.
Available from Parlour website here.