Mary Olin Geiger

mo is an interdisciplinary artist working at the intersection of performance, craft practices, and labor. Inspired by the connection between objects and ritual, she works to understand the importance of relationships in tactile learning and research. Often working with salvaged and industrial materials, her explorations value the act of searching. She lives and works between Boiling Springs, PA and Portland, OR.

Home Sewn: mending and needlework gatherings at the Carlisle Tool Library in Carlisle, PA
Nests (chainlink fencing and plastic bags) : interactive sculptures at Philadelphia’s Schuylkill Waterfront Park
Architectural restoration labor at the Pennsylvania State Capitol
Paradiz’d : a devised piece performed by members of the Carlisle, PA community