Working within a generative practice, Rebeca Bollinger identifies the nuances that reside between unstable ground and order. She gives this study visual form and language while working in several mediums including sculpture, photography, video, performance, writing, drawing, and installation.
Her work has been featured in exhibitions such as Art in the Anchorage curated by Creative Time (New York); the California Biennial (Orange County Museum of Art); Bay Area Now (Yerba Buena Center for the Arts); and the SECA Award Exhibition (SFMOMA). Solo exhibitions include Henry Art Gallery (Seattle); Feigen Contemporary (New York); Rena Bransten Gallery (San Francisco); The LAB (San Francisco); and Walter Maciel Gallery (Los Angeles) along with group exhibitions at Ballroom Marfa, Krannert Art Museum, Asian Art Museum, Museum Fridericianum, Hunter College, the De Young Museum, and Pacific Film Archive, among others.
Bollinger is a recipient of a SECA Award from the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the James D. Phelan Award in Video, a NEA Creation & Presentation Grant, the Artadia Award, Creative Capacity Fund grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation, a Eureka Fellowship from the Fleishhacker Foundation, and a 2018 Art+Process+Ideas artist-in-residence award at Mills College in partnership with the Mills College Art Museum.