archival pigment print, ed. 8/30
26 1/4 x 20 inches (framed)
Multi-disciplinary artist Molly Greene’s work is inspired by the writings of philosophers and critics from her academic studies. She focusses on a critical examination of notions of the ‘femme’. Her paintings of flowers and plants, rendered in pastel hues, are reminiscent of botanical studies, however, Greene disrupts the traditionally feminine associated objects, giving her botanical structures their own agency to replicate and spread across the canvas. In doing so, the artist playfully explores the dichotomy of object and subject-hood.
Born in Vermont, United States in 1986, Greene received a PhD, MA and MPhil in American Studies from Yale University. She lives and works in Los Angeles.