Molly Larkey: A Mural for ONE
For INSTALL:WeHo 2013, Sunday, June 2, 2013, artist Molly Larkey produced a site-specific mural at the ONE Archives Gallery & Museum in West Hollywood.
From the artist:
For INSTALL:WeHo 2013, I am contributing a large scale painting that traverses the front of the ONE Gallery. The mural is related to my recent drawings that explore unusual color combinations along with different textures and 3-dimensional elements.
The basis for the mural is the rainbow. In my rendition of it, the rainbow changes and multiplies into individual color schemes that travel over the front of the building. This is related to the idea of the “good queer” in that it is an expression of individual spectrums of color within the larger spectrum of the rainbow.
To me, being a “good queer” means participating in our queer community. By adding our different selves to the conversation, we help to shape the ongoing dialogue about what “queer” means.
Presented by INSTALL:WeHo and One City One Pride with help from ONE Archives.
Molly Larkey (b. 1971, Los Angeles) lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. She received a BA from Columbia College, New York and an MFA from Rutgers University, New Jersey. Her work has been exhibited at LACMA, Los Angeles; PS1 MoMA, New York; The Saatchi Gallery, London; The Drawing Center, New York; Horton Gallery, New York; Ochi Gallery, Ketchum; Samson Projects, Boston; and Bobbie Greenfield Gallery, Santa Monica, among others.
INSTALL:WeHo is an annual interactive exhibition of installations and performances by LGBTQ-minded artists in the Greater Los Angeles community. This pop-up art “city” is built with U-Haul trucks and serves as a forum to bring both established and emerging LGBTQ artists and contributors together.