Molly Di Grazia is an artist living and working in Pietrasanta, Italy. Born in 1984 in San Francisco, she moved to New York City in 2002 where she completed a B.A. in Writing at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts at The New School. After graduating, she continued her visual/literary practice while working at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in gallery education and accessibility programming before relocating to Italy in 2013 to obtain her M.F.A. in Painting from Studio Arts College International of Florence. She has exhibited around Europe and the United States with a focus on interdisciplinary approach and site-specific installation.
Rooted in a fascination with ritual and theatricality, I work to construct environments that explore how one measures the individual self within the mystery of existence. This search manifests in layered translations which refer back to familiar forms, leading to a closer examination of the human narrative as a quest for meaningful survival. Through a diverse range of material and personal poetics, I aim to articulate the tension, history, and expressive potential contained within attitudes of being.