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Originally from Miami, FL, Cristina Molina received a BA in psychology and a BFA in studio art from Florida International University. She received an MFA with a concentration in Art + Technology from the University of Florida in Gainesville. Her art practice is conceptually focused on the analysis of interpersonal relationships as it relates to psychology. Molina often uses technical interfaces in order to realize projects that physically engage audience members' bodies. Cristina Molina's work has been exhibited in international and national venues such as , El Palacio de Bellas Artes in the Dominican Republic, the Gallery at the Universita Degli Studi di Genova in Genoa, Italy, The Dialogue Space at Proyecto 'Ace in Buenos Aires Argentina, ArteAmericas, North Miami MOCA, SCOPE international art fair, Frost Museum of Art in Miami, Harn Museum of art in Gainesville, Girls Club Collection in Ft. Lauderdale, Dorsch Gallery, and the Sixth Street Container in Miami, FL. Most recent exhibitions include Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, and The Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans. Cristina Molina currently resides in New Orleans and teaches in the New Media + Animation area at the department of Fine and Performing arts at Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond.

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New: Reconstructed Series


4"x 6"

Mixed Media Collage

2013




New: Reconstructed Series


4" x 6"

Mixed Media Collage

2013




New: Reconstructed Series


4" x 6"

Mixed Media Collage

2013




New: Reconstructed Series


4" x 6"

Mixed Media Collage

2013




New: Reconstructed Series


4" x 6"

Mixed Media Collage

2013