Born in 1972 in Nashville (Tennessee).
Lives and works in New York.
Marlo Pascual takes found imagery and film as a point of departure. Enlarging, repositioning and juxtaposing found images with other photographs, minimalist objects, and stage props; Pascual’s work forms new relationships.
Pascual’s first solo exhibition opened this past January at the Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art, New York. Recent group exhibitions include: “curated by vienna ’09”, a city wide project that presented her work in a group show at Georg Kargl, Vienna (2009); “three person show,” curated by Amie Scally, White Columns, NY (2008); “Crop Rotation” curated by Clarissa Dalrymple, Marianne Boesky Gallery, NY (2008); and “Tales of the Grotesque”, curated by Gianni Jetzer, Karma International, Zürich, Switzerland (2008). Pascual completed her MFA at Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA in 2007.
Currently, Pascual’s work is on view as part of the “In Practice” series at Sculpture Center, NY, and she will be having her first solo gallery exhibition with Casey Kaplan, NY in January 2010. Marlo Pascual lives and works in New York.
Marlo Pascual presented her work at the Rencontres d’Arles in 2010, nominated by Liam Gillick for the Discovery Award: Marlo Pascual in Arles.