black cube participation — 2016

Molly Berger - Gold Hill Art Project

www.mollyberger.com

upcoming Pop Up exhibition

Gold Hill Art Project August 6th, 2016

Molly Berger is an artist based in Denver, Colorado. She works in ceramics often incorporating found materials, to create sculptures that explore the ways in which everyday objects can, sometimes accidentally, acquire profound meaning. Berger received her undergraduate degree in Integrative Arts from the Pennsylvania State University and completed a Post-Bacc in Ceramics at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Following her studies, she spent a year as an Artist-in-Residence at the Carbondale Clay Center, Colorado, where she had her first solo show titled A Thing Like Home. The exhibition confronted ideas about nostalgia for the domestic space, and played with notions of sentimentality and the universality of memory. Berger has exhibited her work across the country and also shows with the Artstream Nomadic Gallery. In 2015 she was awarded an Artist Residency at the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado

Black Cube Fellowship - tableware shoot — View detail

Black Cube Fellowship - tableware shoot — View detail

Black Cube Fellowship - tableware shoot — View detail

Utensils and Tiny Rituals, 2015 ceramic and nichrome wire — View detail

Unititled, 2015 (Installation with Caged House Plant) Ceramic, plant, fence, lamp, door stoppers, wood, towel ring, alpaca fabric sample, wallpaper, linoleum tile — View detail

Pipe and Cactus, 2015 collage on paper — View detail

Gold Hill Art Project, Mementos/Monument, 2016 — View detail

Gold Hill Art Project, Mementos/Monument, 2016 — View detail

Gold Hill Art Project, Mementos/Monument, 2016 — View detail

Gold Hill Art Project, Mementos/Monument, 2016 (detail) — View detail