Kristianne Molina

Kristianne Molina is a Filipino-American artist who works in the mediums of painting, embroidery, installation, stop motion, and performance. Her works consist of paintings on fabrics using repurposed materials, acrylics, and deconstructing natural dyeing techniques as a painting process. She is interested in line and form within her textile paintings, and how meanings change once fabric is idle or activated when worn, often circulating around and insinuating the figure. Time and space take active roles in her work as ephemeral elements, which Molina explores through line as the common thread within her work. She received her BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Molina has exhibited work at the Majestic Theatre, Barrow Mansion, Mason Gross Galleries, and Mana Contemporary. She was granted the 2015 and 2016 Sol Studio mentorship residency and ESKFF 2016 Emerging Artist Winter residency. For more information, visit kristiannemolina.com