Molly Bradbury is an artist working with video and sound, currently residing in Los Angeles, CA. Bradbury’s work draws on her interest in phenomenology, perception, and synaesthesia, allowing viewers to become immersed in the worlds proposed by the works.
Though Bradbury’s background is rooted in classical music, her extensive knowledge of experimental sound and moving image practices shape the work she produces. While studying at Mills College, Bradbury had the opportunity to work within a community of colleagues on collaborations resulting in live music performances with Bradbury’s large scale video projections.
Bradbury continued her education at the University of New Mexico graduating with an MFA in Studio Art, focusing on large-scale, multi-channel video and sound installation. At UNM she worked with writer and art critic Dave Hickey.
Recently Bradbury has presented video works at CURRENTS New Media Festival in Santa Fe, NM, and Abstract Currents: Interactive New Media at MoMA in NYC.