Molly Lowe was born in 1983 in Palo Alto, California, and lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Her work combines, sculpture, painting, performance, video, and installation. Her work plays with themes relating to the awkwardness of living in a human body, and the way different psychological states can change the physical.
Lowe has been included in exhibitions and residencies, both internationally and in the US, including Recess Art, Skowhegan, The Sculpture Center, Suzanne Geiss, Shandaken Project, Pioneer Works, and Performa 13. She holds a BFA in Painting from the Rhode Island School of Design, and an MFA in Sculpture from Columbia University.
Clocktower presents the second annual group exhibition Anxious Spaces: Installation as Catalyst, featuring a selection of artists whose work incorporates dynamic and time-based elements, ranging from robotic interactivity to performance events to social intervention. Knockdown Center's cathedral-like complex, with its breathtaking expanse, mysterious sub-chambers, surprise annexes, and hidden pockets is a dream environment for site-specific and installation art. Taken together, the architecture and the artworks transform the space into a surreal bazaar of curiosities for the adventurous. Anxious Spaces exhibits and installations by Will Ryman, Molly Lowe, Tim Bruniges, Aurora Halal, Lucas Abela, Prince Rama, Audra Wolowiec, and Ben Mortimer are on view at Knockdown Center through July 26, 2015 Saturdays and Sundays, from 2 to 6pm. Or by appointment. More on the installations:more