I am honored to have been selected to participate in “Extraction: Art on the Edge of the Abyss”, a multimedia, multi-venue, cross-border art intervention which seeks to provoke societal change by exposing and interrogating the negative social and environmental consequences of industrialized natural resource extraction.
Such a wonderful publication! This interview allowed me to expand upon and update many of the ideas I talked about in my interview with the LA Times.
I talk about place, poetry, hybrid writing, my teaching style, and list some writers who are inspiring me lately in this interview. Thanks to Literary Arts for the opportunity!
I’m delighted and honored to have been awarded a fellowship with the Western States Center as part of their Common Good Masterclass for Artists and Cultural Workers: Combating Racism, Antisemitism, and Anti-Democratic Movements. I’m eager to learn about the intersection of these forces and to make art in response.
Thank you to the wonderful writer Julia Rosen and photographer Genaro Molina for this generous, thoughtful article on my New Earth series and on the role of art and artists in sociopolitical/cultural change.
Julia begins: “It had been a long day and Daniela Molnar’s mind was wandering when she saw the shape. The shape of what was already lost; the shape of something new that had just come into being.
Little did she know, it was a shape that would expose a profound feeling of grief within her — and then help her process it. …”
Read the rest here: https://www.latimes.com/la-sci-col1-climate-change-art-2019-story.html
I am thrilled to have my paintings included in this show, the inaugural show at the gorgeous new Blue Galleries at Boise State University.
The exhibition features artists and an artist collective creating images and objects that document and interpret the human impact on the earth and its ecological systems. The exhibition is curated and organized by gallery director Kirsten Furlong. The participating artists are Cynthia Camlin, Crystal McBrayer, Daniela Molnar, Susan Murrell, Levi Robb, Andrea Sparrow, Arctic Arts Project (Kerry Koepping, Andrea Sparrow, Carsten Egevang, and Florian LeDoux). Through Sept. 23, 2019.