Rebeca Bollinger creates ceramic, glass, aluminum and bronze pieces which are combined with photographs, drawings, video, binders and short stories to give visual form and language to invisible realms, imprints, memory impressions, stains, fictions, objects and instabilities.
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 010101: Art in Technological Times (SFMOMA.) Solo exhibitions include Henry Art Gallery (Seattle) Feigen Contemporary (New York) Rena Bransten Gallery (San Francisco) and Walter Maciel Gallery (Los Angeles) along with group exhibitions at the Asian Art Museum, Ballroom Marfa, Angles Gallery, the M.H. De Young Memorial Museum, Museum Fridericianum, Hunter College, Krannert Art Museum, SFMOMA, 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, the Artadia Award, a Creative Capacity Fund grant from the Center for Cultural Innovation, and a Eureka Fellowship from the Fleishhacker Foundation.
She is currently a 2018 Art+Process+Ideas artist-in-residence at Mills College in partnership with the Mills College Art Museum.