Molly Larkey (they/them) is an artist and writer whose work creates openings for radical shifts in perception. Taking the form of sculptures, paintings, words, ideas, and structures that combine all of the above, their work suggests ways to imagine a world in which beneficial structures replace those based in alienation and control. 

They have exhibited widely with museums and galleries internationally, including solo exhibitions at MoMA PS1, New York; Gallery 12.26, Dallas; Luis De Jesus, Los Angeles; Ochi Gallery, Ketchum and Los Angeles; Dutton Gallery, New York; Human Resources, Los Angeles; and Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles, among others. Their work was featured in “The Shape of Things to Come: New Sculpture,” at the Saatchi Gallery in London and “The Beyond” at Crystal Bridges Museum of Art. Their writing has been published with Los Angeles Review of Books, Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles (CARLA), and Haunt Journal of Art. In 2019, they  founded People’s Pottery Project, an artist-driven initiative whose mission is to empower formerly incarcerated women, trans, and nonbinary individuals through the arts.

Currently, they are working on new sculptures for upcoming exhibitions and an experimental memoir entitled: Autobiography of No Place. They are also (very slowly) on their way to getting a black belt in karate.