Molly Dilworth - All Night Forever
Molly Dilworth
All Night Forever
  • In 2012 Dilworth was a resident artist at the Salina Art Center in Kansas, during which time she completed the project, All Night Forever, which presented research studies and works investigating of the American tendency to hybridize and form patterns and designs embedded with symbolic meanings.

    As a part of this investigation, Dilworth painted the Oakdale Pond for the Smoky Hill River Festival. The pond was once Carver Swimming Pool, an all-black, public pool in Salina. Dilworth used patterns derived from traditional European and African Caribbean sources, placing the latter patterns into the pond with the dimensions of Carver Pool. This work is visible to satellite engines such as Google Earth, marking a visual history of Salina from an aerial perspective.
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