A comprehensive digital catalogue
at the Indianapolis Museum of Art is available for download through iTunes
. It includes an essay
on Molly's work by Claire Brandon, a conversation between Molly and artist Dan Fischer, and a digital tour of the exhibition.
Reviews of The Marginalia Archive
appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle
(by Kenneth Baker) and Art Practical
(by Brandon Brown)
Reviews of The Proto-History of the Internet
appeared in The Daily Serving
(by Randall Miller) and the October issue of Modern Painters
(by Beth Capper).
on the proto-history of the Internet has been published in print form in Invalid Format: An Anthology of Triple Canopy, Volume 2
////Current & Upcoming Exhibitions:Indianapolis Museum of Art - Indianapolis: December 7, 2012-June 2, 2013
The first major museum exhibition to explore graphite as a medium in works beyond drawings, Graphite
, curated by Sarah Urist Green, includes sculpture, drawing, and installations created over the past decadeincluding several newly commissioned worksby emerging and established artists including Carl Andre, Judith Braun, TR Ericsson, Dan Fischer, Roland Flexner, Michaela Früwirth, Karl Haendel, Joyce Hinterding, Christian Holstad, Kim Jones, Robert Longo, Adam McEwen, Geof Oppenheimer, Dan Shaw-Town, and Molly Springfield. The Hafnarborg Museum (Hafnarfjörður Centre of Culture and Fine Art), Hafnarfjörður, Iceland: May 18-June 23, 2013Art=Text=Art
consists of drawings, prints, and artists books from the Sally and Wynn Kramarsky Collection. The exhibition was originated by the University of Richmond Museums, Virginia, and was curated by N. Elizabeth Schlatter, Deputy Director & Curator of Exhibitions, University Museums, with Rachel Nackman, Curator, Kramarsky Collection. The exhibition is being organized for its 2013 showing at the Hafnarborg
by Ólöf K. Sigurardóttir, Director, in close collaboration with the Kramarsky Collection. The online catalogue features an essay on Molly's work
by Ingrid Langston.Center for the Arts Gallery, Towson University, Maryland: July 6-August 3, 2013Slippage
, the Summer Artscape exhibition, is organized by Daniel Belasco, Curator of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, State University of New York. Slippage
is a group show of artworks that portray moments when meaning shifts, switches or slips away. The Drawing Center - New York: November 14, 2013-January 5, 2014Drawing Time, Reading Time
, curated by Claire Gilman, brings together an international group of artists spanning the 1960s to today, all of whom are engaged in exploring the relationship between drawing and writing as distinct yet interrelated phenomenological gestures. This exhibition is organized in conjunction with Marking Language
at Drawing Room, London (October 10December 14, 2013) and a joint publication will be produced. Artists include Carl Andre, Marcel Broodthaers, Pavel Buchler, Guy de Cointet, Mirtha Dermisache, Sean Landers, Allen Ruppersberg, Nina Papaconstantinou, Deb Sokolow, and Molly Springfield.