Molly Valentine Dierks
BIOGRAPHY + ARTIST STATEMENT
Through her work straddling the realms of art and design, Molly Valentine Dierks deals with embodied (sense-oriented, experiential) and disembodied (alienated, post-industrial) knowledge. Within detailed installations that merge the formal languages of technology and nature, she explores evolving landscapes of intimacy and connection.
She has participated in exhibitions nationally (NYC, Detroit, LA) + internationally (South Korea, Russia). Her work has been a part of public installations in Detroit + Franconia Sculpture Park + included in exhibitions by the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, University of Michigan Museum of Modern Art, Kunsthalle Detroit Museum of Contemporary Art, Fort Worth Community Arts Center, + 500X Gallery in Dallas, Texas. Her work has been featured in Southern Magazine, MOCAD’s 'Post Industrial Complex', the University of Michigan's site on digital media artists, the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art's Art Yellow Book, Designboom, Opumo Fashion Magazine + Peripheral Visions Arts, among others.
Digital Romance, Cast and dyed plaster, resin, plastic, Variable scale, 2018, $1200
Couplings, Cast and dyed plaster, resin, plastic, flocking, Variable scales, 2020, Individual pieces: $140.00/Collection (5 total): $650