Molly Soda

New York, États-Unis


Molly Soda (b. 1989, San Juan, Puerto Rico) is a visual and performance artist focused on online culture, self-identity, loneliness and the desire to connect. Soda uses a variety of social media platforms to host her work, allowing the work to evolve and interact with the platforms themselves. She is interested in Internet archival practices, often making work that appropriates her own image, particularly her early interactions with the Internet as a teenager.

Soda is the co-editor of Pics Or It Didn’t Happen: Images Banned From Instagram and is the recipient of the Lumen Prize Founder’s Award for her collaborative augmented reality installation Slide To Expose.

Her recent solo shows include Me And My Gurls, Annka Kultys Gallery, London, UK, 2018; I’m Just Happy To Be Here, 315 Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2017.

Her recent group shows include Eye to I, National Portrait Gallery, Washington D.C., 2018; Virtual Insanity, Kunsthalle Mainz, Germany, 2018; Seeping upwards, rupturing the surface, Art Gallery of Mississauga, Mississauga, Canada, 2018.

Curator : Maude Arsenault


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6 times cameras caught Molly Soda off guard