Peter & Molly’s video work, Bloodline, has been shortlisted as a finalist in the 2018 Contemporary Art Awards.
11 Jan – 11 Jun, 2018
The online finalists exhibition can be viewed here.
Peter & Molly Presents Finite Portions, Infinite Appetites at Melbourne Central Art Loop.
June 2017 – January 2018
Event details can be found here.
Peter & Molly presented their work, The Superior Animal, as a part of the Art + Film Screenings curated by Erin Coates.
Event information can be found here.
Peter & Molly Presents The Superior Animal Series at Mars Gallery. 6 April – 6 May 2017 Event details can be found here. A trailer for the event can be viewed here. The Superior Animal Series is a compilation of multichannel video works which challenges the notion that humans deserve special moral consideration. Filmed between […]
Lowly Bodies: Artistic Explorations of Society, Morality and Shame Artist Talks held by Peter & Molly at SymbioticA, University of Western Australia on Friday 24th March, 2017. Event details can be found here. We must be critical of what is allowed and that which has been prohibited, and the sorts of philosophies and yearnings that […]
Shortlisted artists for the Incinerator Gallery: Art for Social Change Prize, 2016.
Find out more information here.
The concept of consent from non-human creatures was an intriguing one, more deeply explored by Peter Cheng and Molly Biddle (Peter & Molly, as they go by) in their immersive video installation The Superior Animal. Across a series of video screens, Peter & Molly demonstrate the futility and cruelty of using animals as utilities, and […]
Peter & Molly speak to Naomi Faye of Broadsheet Perth about their collaborative works for PICA’s Radical Ecologies.
You can read the article here.
Peter & Molly feature in Issue 6 of Collide Art & Culture Magazine. They talk about their recent collaborations for PICA’s Radical Ecologies.
You can find the article below or at Collide Art & Culture.
Celestial Perversion has been awarded as a finalist in the Brisbane Contemporary Art Awards for 2016. You can view the awards catalogue here.