Mary Olin (Mo) Geiger is an artist. Her work includes sculpture, performance, and experimentation with a focus on interdisciplinary processes. After working for several years in technical theater, she became inspired by tactile learning in a collaborative setting—a context she still prioritizes in both art and design. She develops projects by exploring methods, materials, and living histories that exist wherever she is.
Mo is currently pursuing an MFA in Art and Social Practice at Portland State University. Along with creating collaborative artworks, she serves on the board of the Carlisle Tool Library and continues to freelance in theatrical design, fabrication, scenic painting, and architectural/object conservation. She is a member of the south-central Pennsylvania performance collective Valley Traction. To contact her for more information, commissions, or collaboration, send an email to the address below.
(she often forgets to wear gloves)