2009 Architecturally, Hendershot Gallery, New York, NY
2009 Brooklyn Suite (Poured Paintings V2/Rooftop), D.A.C. Art Under the
2009 Dispersion, Feldman Gallery, PNCA, Portland, OR
2009 Pure Intangibles, Mandrake Bar, Los Angeles, CA
2008-2009 Suddenly, Cooley Gallery, Reed College, Pomona College Museum
of Art, Seattle WA
2007 Psychaedelis Domesticus in collaboration with Marina Zurkow, Contemporary
Baroque ? Extreme Excess, BM-Suma Contemporary Art Center, Istanbul, Turkey
2005 La Superette at Exit Art, New York, NY
2005 Red Shoe Delivery Service, Nottdance Festival, Nottingham, England.
(performance) Melbourne Festival of International Art, Melbourne, Australia
2004 Fast Forward, Spring Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2004 Daydream Nation, X-Girl, New York, NY
2004 Red Shoe Delivery Service, in conjunction with the Swiss Institute
of Contemporary art, the Armory Show, New York, NY
2003 La Superette at Deitch Projects and Participant, Inc., New York,
2003 Art-Link Yanaka-Ueno Landmark Project, Ueno park, Yanaka, and Sendagi,
2003 New York University MFA Thesis Exhibition, 80 Washington Square East
RESEARCH AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2009 Reed College. Research and Curatorial Coordinator
2008 Reed College. Visiting Artist and Lecturer
2008 Pacific Northwest College of Art. Visiting Artist and Instructor
2008 MK Guth, 2008 Whitney Biennial. Installation/performance of interactive
2007-2008 Andrew Edlin Gallery. Gallery Assistant, Program Manager, Education
2006-2008 The Searchers, Elizabeth Foundation Gallery, NYC, Feldman Gallery,
PNCA, Portland, OR
(Curator, Catalog Editor),
2006 The Great American Storage, Spring Gallery, New York, NY (Curator)
2005 Josephine Meckseper. Artist assistant
NY Daily News, Work¡¯s outta this world, Erica Pearson, February 8, 2010
Flavorwire, Dancing About Architecture and other art mashups in Chelsea,
January 28, 2010
Artcat, Architecturally at Hendershot Gallery, November 17, 2009
New York Times, Exquisite Corpse at Rutgers, November 22, 2009
Pdxart.blogspot, Interview with Molly Dilworth, September 26, 2009
The Stranger, Suddenly: How to Make Art of Land, Jen Graves, July 16th,
Afterall, 'suddenly: where we live now' at the Pomona College Museum of
Art, Mia Locks, May 27, 2009
The Oregonian, "Suddenly" at Reed College, Brian Libby, September
Art Lies, The City, Naked, Stephanie Snyder, Summer 2008
New York Times, Art In Review, The Searchers, Martha Schwendener, December
Fashion Projects, Red Shoe Delivery Service, 2005
Time Out, Red Shoe Delivery Service, December 2004
Brooklyn Magazine, Red Shoe Delivery Service, August 2004
Time Out, Red Shoe Delivery Service, March 2004
Fillip Magazine, ¡°Lightly Illegal¡±, Molly Dilworth, Winter 2009
2003 MFA. New York University Steinhardt School of Education, New York
1999 BFA. University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Chelsea, Michigan. USA
Everybody knows this is nowhere.
an inclination to work with materials that have had an obvious life before
I use them; it¡¯s a challenge and a pleasure to make something from nothing.
In the last year my practice has grown out of the studio in the form of
large-scale rooftop paintings for Google Earth. This project uses materials
from the waste stream (discarded house paint) to mark a physical presence
in digital space.
My work is generally concerned with human perception of current conditions;
the Paintings for Satellites are specifically concerned with the effects
of the digital on our physical bodies.
All my work begins a series of rules derived from existing conditions.
For example, the color palette for the rooftop paintings is made from
the discarded paint available on a given day; the physical surface of
the roof determines the shape of the painting.
As this project proliferates, it will take two forms ? a community model,
using local volunteers and paint from the waste stream and a design/build
model, using solar-reflective paint, solar panels and green roofing contractors.