Erica Molesworth is an artist working across video and installation, and more recently in 3D modeling and animation. She is interested in the ways humans use technology, architecture and other infrastructures to mediate their relationship with the non-human world. She was born in Sydney, Australia, completed undergraduate studies in Media Arts at the University of Sydney, and an MFA in 2015 at the California College of the Arts (CCA). Erica has exhibited widely in Australia and in the United States, including at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (YBCA), the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Lishui Festival in China, Dallas Medianale, in the John Fries Memorial Prize and Firstdraft in Sydney, Channels Video Festival in Melbourne, University of Massachusetts and the University of Nevada. She has been awarded fellowships at LMCC, Vermont Studio Center, Lighthouse Works, MASS MoCA Studios, Wassaic Project, New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS), and Bay Area Video Coalition among others. She has received an Australian Postgraduate Award, a CCA graduate merit scholarship and teaching fellowship, and the Australia Council's ArtStart grant. She is visiting faculty at Parsons/New School NY, and previously at CCA and SFAI in the Bay Area. She has given visiting artist lectures at Stanford and the Living Room Light Exchange, and was also a co-founder of Oakland's all women/nonbinary art space CTRL+SHFT Collective (ctrlshftcollective.com).