Digital America Issue 12 Interview
November 28, 2018
Molly O’Donnell’s Spit was published in Issue 12 of Digital America. O’Donnell talked with Digital America about Spit and her other work in Potpourri and Default. O’Donnell delves into the world of ASMR as she discusses the way in which her work in general tackles the topics of gender, sexuality, and identity in context of today’s internet culture.
"Default" Solo Exhibition
October 25, 2018
Landmark Arts at the Texas Tech University School of Art presents Default by Molly O’Donnell, the third exhibition in the 2018-2019 SRO Photo Gallery Exhibition Series. Default will be on view October 31st – November 18th, 2018.
Landskrona Foto Festival
August 22, 2018
The Landskrona Foto Festival is located in Sweden. The festival is the annual meeting point for photographers and for the photo-and art-interested public in Northern Europe. The festival’s goal is to display new and exciting photography that has not previously been shown in similar contexts. It’s also important for photography to manifest itself in public spaces, from shop windows to parks and old buildings, and become a perceptible part of experiencing the city.
Undergraduate Photography Now 2017
December 08, 2017
Now in it’s sixth iteration, Undergraduate Photography Now has been a program striving to support college aged artists from the 6 New England states. Hoping to showcase some of the best and brightest fresh talent, students from both certificate and bachelor’s programs majoring in photography are asked to submit to this exhibition and portfolio reviewing opportunity. Today we are excited to showcase the winners featured in the exhibition, that is now on display at the Griffin Museum of Photography for the month of December. Congratulations to all!
Suggested for You at localhost & LUCAD
May 15, 2017
The photography similarly highlights disjunctures found in digital spaces. A photograph by Molly O’Donnell features a nude figure holding a smartphone as if looking into a compact mirror. A wide ripple of blue erupts between her hands and her torso, obscuring her features and parsing her body.