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Molly A Dilworth

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Molly Dilworth is a Brooklyn based artist who views creative practice as a form of research. Using data from a specific site as a structure, she gives form to things that invisibly motivate our actions.
Her painting Cool Water, Hot Island was selected as the surface treatment for the 5 block 50,000 sq. ft. pedestrian plazas on Broadway in Times Square. Her 2010 rooftop painting was made in conjunction with the NYC CoolRoofs program was commissioned by 350.org as part of their international climate change art initiative.
Her painting Lodge 441/Old School for the New Museum Festival of Ideas can be seen at the Old St. Patrick Cathedral School at 233 Mott Street.
As a 2011 Art & Law Resident, Dilworth is researching the African American Burial sites in Lower Manhattan.

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