Performance of 'Quintet' at Southern Sonic, Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans by Cristina Molina

From the CAC's website: "Southern Sonic is a new festival at the CAC for audiences who seek new aural experiences. This weekend-long event will present local and regional artists working at the outer boundaries of experimental music, sound art, and sound-based visual art. With a host of world premiers and new collaborations, the festival will feature work that runs the gambit of the genre- from experimental hip hop to avant chamber music; from utopian installation environments to sonified architecture, and from remixes of vintage cinema to airborne music made by drones."

My collaboration "Quintet" with Philip Schuessler will premiere on May 11th at the CAC! The piece will be performed by the Versipel New Music Collective

Check out the Southern Sonic's page for more info.

TERRESTRIAL group exhibition at Revolve Gallery in Asheville opening May 2nd! by Cristina Molina

Rooted in the earthbound while gazing skyward, the Terrestrial exhibition stages human figures within shifting landscapes. Concerns for a changing planet resonate across the series as moments between earthly environments and human inhabitants are fragmented and re-configured. Moving across sculptural, print and 4-dimensional algorithmic works, the artists selected are linked by their crossing of mythical vision and grounded reality.

Cyane Tornatzky’s ‘Adrift’ series reflects Earth as our one planet, a fragile home adrift in the universe. Cristina Molina’s ‘The Matriarchs’ intersperses female identity amidst a disappearing South Floridian territory. Her series contemplates loss while maintaining that the feminine presence is tender, generative and powerful. Angela Ferraiolo’s ‘Beach & Pool’ presents figures in two swimming contexts, one natural and one artificial. These positions scatter and coalesce as the footage is processed through custom noise and sorting algorithms, then re-rendered to the screen. The result shows a struggle between order and chaos as pixel color positions begin to fall apart. Victoria Bradbury and Mark Hursty’s ‘Re-processed Garden’ is a fledgling ecosystem mediated by architecture, sensors and custom software.

Terrestrial is curated by Victoria Bradbury.

Visit Revolve's website for more details on the exhibition.

"Sad Tropics" At The Front, "New" At MoMA PS1 NYABF + More by Cristina Molina

Sad Tropics on view now at The Front!

Last weekend my photo + video collaboration with Jonathan Traviesa opened at The Front in New Orleans. We had over 300 people attend our opening and we're so excited to debut this new work with you! If you haven't had a chance to stop in, I will be gallery sitting tomorrow (9.17) from 12-5pm so feel free to come by for a personalized tour of the show. Otherwise, the gallery will be open on Saturdays + Sundays from 12-5 pm until October 2nd. Jonathan and I will have a closing talk on the last day of the show's run, Sunday, October 2nd at 2:00 pm. Mark your calendars!

New at Printed Matter's New York Art Book Fair @ MoMA PS1 with May Books + Antenna

I'm excited to share that my artist book New  , commissioned by Pelican Bomb's community supported art program will be available at Printed Matter's NYABF at MoMA PS1 this weekend. If you are in NYC, look for May Books and Antenna's booth to check it out.

Guest Artist at Joan Mitchell Center's Visual Mash-up

Next week on September 21st from 7-9 pm I will be one of the local artists who will be presenting their work at JMC's Visual MashUp. This is a semi-annual series that comprises of an informal presentation and after hours networking event that promotes the work of artists. Two or more visiting JMC artists-in-residence are “mashed up” with artists from other disciplines and geographical locations under the programmatic theme for the evening, Me, Myself and I: Cultural Representation and Beyond. If you are in New Orleans feel free to stop by!


End of Summer Exhibitions by Cristina Molina


Labor of Love group show at May Gallery + Residency (600 Carondelet Street, New Orleans)

Opening Reception during White Linen Night, Saturday August 6th, 2016, 5:30 - 9:30 show continues until September 16th

Things: A still life show group exhibition at 5Press Gallery (5 Press Street, New Orleans)

Exhibition Dates: August 6th-September 25th | Opening Reception: August 13th 6pm-9pm Second Saturday Reception: September 10th 6pm-9pm

Recipient of the NALAC project grant! by Cristina Molina

Honored to announce that my latest work will be funded by the NALAC (National Association for Latino Arts and Culture) project grant supported in part by the National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures, the Ford Foundation, and the Surdna Foundation.