🍎2019: NYC and residencies💪
I have just moved to New York City and have been accepted to 4 residencies in the first part of 2019 to pursue the final exhibition of my project 'New Earth' and begin a new project around islands and climate change:

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🆕Screening and Talk at Bay Area Video Coalition
I'll be screening a new work at the BAVC Resident talks coming up on June 7:

Join current artists-in-residence Erica Molesworth and Andrea Rodriguez as they discuss their respective practices and share work they’ve developed while in residence.


Molesworth has been developing a new video installation that is both speculative and documentary, which examines utopian projects and communities that attempted to recreate planet Earth in an effort to envision different futures and societal structures.

A reception with wine and snacks will follow.

Upcoming exhibition at Yerba Buena Centre for Arts
I am currently working on a collaborative video and sculpture installation with Annie Albagli and Johanna Hoffman for Public Square at YBCA on June 2. The installation excavates layers of history and story in the landscape of the YBCA site, and is the culmination of our year long fellowship at YBCA examining questions around truth.
BAVC Interview 🎤
An interview about my practice and what I'll be working on at the BAVC residency:
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Channels Festival 📸
A snap of my work screening on the big screen in Federation Square, Melbourne as part of Channels Festival, September 1-10 2017.


BAVC Resident 2017-18🎉🔓
Pleased to be an artist-in-residence at the Bay Area Video Coalition for 2017-18. More info:

Channels Festival 2017
"Silicon Landscapes" will be part of Channels Festival in Melbourne in the Conditional Surplus program, and will screen on the Federation Square big screen from September 1-10, 2017.

Across 13 Australian and international video works, Conditional Surplus considers what kinds of futures the current human condition will shape. Bringing into focus questions about our relationship with memory, space and each other, the three-part program evaluates the strengths and limitations of an increasing digital landscape forged by an obligatory self-focused nature.

More info:

My work also features in the festival's trailer here:

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My Work at the Contemporary Jewish Museum
An in-progress install shot of my work at the museum. The show continues until July 2017. More info:
🔜Upcoming shows🆕
I have two shows coming up: first is Alma Mater at the Hubbell St Galleries, San Francisco, an exhibition that focuses on a small selection of alumni who graduated within the last 10 years and who have been proactive in shaping the growing presence of a robust and revitalized art scene in the Bay Area. Runs from November 8-19 with an opening reception on Saturday November 12, 3:30pm.

Then I have work at the Contemporary Jewish Museum San Francisco in the Yud Video Project. The exhibition runs from November 25, 2016 to July 9, 2017, with an opening reception on Wednesday November 30.
Expanding on the upcoming contemporary art exhibition From Generation to Generation: Inherited Memory and Contemporary Art’s focus on recollections and reconstructions of the past, The Yud Video Project’s theme is “Memory.” Through the format of video and ever-accessible technology, moments are now recorded with the utmost ease and then translated into saved memories. However, edited video has tremendous power in recreating, rethinking, and reconstructing these very same moments. For this exhibition, submissions were encouraged to explore the unique ways memory is portrayed through video as an art form.


🌟New work up at CTRL+SHFT Collective🌟
I have a new video up at CTRL+SHFT Collective as part of my continuing project Silicon Landscapes. Up through September 28th.

CTRL+SHFT collective:


Jenny Odell's talk at EYEO 💻🌿
Check out Jenny Odell's great talk at Eyeo 2016 on technology and being in the world. (A little feature of my work at about minute 27).
World Wide West Summit 2016: FORECAST: #🔮
In July, I attended the WWWest Summit with some wonderful artists and thinkers. Emily Holmes wrote about this unique happening on KQED (with a little mention of my work towards the end). Check it out. ⬅️

⚡️Living Room Light Exchange talk⚡️
Here is a picture of me 🤓 giving a talk about the history and politics of landscapes in Silicon Valley at the wonderful Living Room Light Exchange.
You can also read more about the Exchange on Rhizome.

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🆕 work up at CTRL+SHFT Collective

Check out my new video in:

Soft Serve 🍦
at CTRL+SHFT Collective
Jan 29 → Feb 19
Opening: 1/29 from 6-10PM.
Gallery hours: 12-6PM Friday through Saturday and by appointment.

CTRL+SHFT Collective
1430 34th St, Oakland, CA

"Attempt #6" | An excerpt from my MFA thesis
This is a chapter from my MFA thesis. It outlines a specific area of my practice. My full thesis can be found here.


Last week, a group of California College of the Arts MFA students travelled to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for a whirlwind residency and show.

We thoroughly immersed ourselves in Las Vegas and produced an exhibition of entirely new, experimental works at UNLV’s Grant Hall Gallery.

In the spirit of the graduate class that produced the seminal “Learning from Las Vegas” (MIT Press, 1977), we had both a productive and super-fun time.


Photos by Ethan Wang.

"Measuring Visual Disturbances" at SOMArts

My video collaboration "Measuring Visual Disturbances" with Elizabeth Moran will be screened at SOMArts on Friday October 10, 2014 as part of the "Visions at Twilight" exhibition. For this piece, Elizabeth and I conducted a paranormal investigation of the old Bay Bridge.

On Tuesday, November 12, 2013, on the 77th anniversary of its opening, crews began dismantling the eastern span of the Bay Bridge between San Francisco and Oakland, California.

In this video piece, we invite viewers to sit and pay homage to a Bay Area cultural icon. As you reflect on your own memories of the bridge, watch the laser grid on the left and take note of any small changes, like a flicker, which paranormal investigators believe is evidence of a lingering presence.

Measuring Visual Disturbances (Bay Bridge) from Erica Molesworth on Vimeo.

Reframing Photography
I have some work up at "Reframing Photography," an online exhibition of work by MFA students engaged with photographic issues or media. The site shows compelling new work and fosters an international community of graduate students.


This is part of an ongoing online project documenting my
art failures as GIFs




Survival Adaptations: A Root Division exhibition in Conjunction with Adobe Books Backroom Gallery 4 July - 2 August 2014
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Adobe Books Backroom Gallery will focus on artistic preservation and maintaining an artistic presence in San Francisco. The works in this exhibition take an innovatory and tenacious approach to adapting to the restrictions and challenges of remaining in the city. 
At Aggregate Space Gallery in Oakland, the exhibition will look to housing relocation, gentrification, past and future self-made gallery spaces, and the beauty and infrastructure that t
ies San Francisco and Oakland together.

Featuring Work by Elizabeth Cayne, Jon Gourley, Erica Molesworth, Yuri Pop, Stairwells, Tina Dillman of WE Artspace, Jesse Walton, and Michal Wisniowski.

Opening Reception: July 4th, 5-8pm, 
2nd Saturday Artist Talk: July 12th,11 am
First Friday Event: August 1st, 6-10.  
Featherboard Writing Series: August 2nd, 6pm