Molly mixes 2D and 3D elements to create installations that collage textures and colours into an evolving scene. She says “Found objects and recycled materials act as triggers for my configurations, becoming both a subject from which to work and an object within the work itself, these chosen motifs echoing throughout the pieces. Compositions and forms are constructed and mutated, and the carefully balanced ecosystem adjusts as it expands and retracts. The shapes and colours inform and influence each other and the work unfurls in an organic way, creating limitless viewpoints and fictions.”
Molly graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2016 with an MFA in Fine Art and has been continuing her practice at The Koppel Project Hive Studios in Holborn. She is also part of a collective called Wednesday, who use collage to explore the relationships between found and made fragments. Wednesday were awarded a residency in Studio 4 at Chisenhale Art Place in July 2016.
You can see more of her work here: www.mostlytrouble.com
You can view this exhibition online: http://londonartsboard.blogspot.co.uk/2017/01/i-wish-you-could-talk.html, on Facebook or in person on the corner of Vestry Road and Peckham Road, Camberwell, London SE5.