Mollie McKinley lives and works in Beacon, New York, and New York City. She grew up in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and the American South. Initially trained in photography and film at Bard College, and with a background in performance and painting, she currently works within a multimedia practice of video, photography, installation, and performance.
Her multimedia work has been exhibited and screened in Toronto, London, Berlin, New York City, and Chicago. Her work has been featured by Vernissage TV; Creative Capital; the Humble Arts Foundation; CONTACT PROJECT NYC; Feature Shoot, Hyperallergic, and Limited Time Only in collaboration with Independent Curators International. She has been a return-artist in residence at both the Harold Arts and the School of Making Thinking, the latter where she is a professor of metaphysics and ritual. She was a resident at the Wassaic Project in 2012.
She has lectured on her work at the School of Visual Arts, Anna Kustera Gallery, Heaven Gallery, and the Bruce High Quality Foundation University. She recently held the honored role of panelist for the 2012 NYFA Interdisciplinary Arts Fellowships.
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