Mollye Bendell is an interdisciplinary artist with a focus in electronic and digital media. She has created radio sculptures as a resident of Wave Farm, and developed augmented and virtual reality projects as a resident of Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center and the Tides Institute and Museum of Art. She is also a founding member of media arts collective strikeWare, which creates experiences grounded in our collective history, often using new technologies to emphasize the nowness of that history. Mollye’s solo work has been exhibited in venues such as the Baltimore Museum of Art, the New York Electronic Arts Festival, and Maryland Art Place. She recently completed her first augmented reality public art commissions from Ladew Topiary Gardens and the City of Redmond, Washington. In 2022, she exhibited at the Currents New Media Festival and completed a solo exhibition at the Johns Hopkins University Digital Media Center.
Mollye holds a BA in Sculpture from the Glasgow School of Art and an MFA in Intermedia and Digital Arts from University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She is an Assistant Professor of Art in the Immersive Media Design program at University of Maryland, College Park. She lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland.