Since her recent graduation from Mills College MFA program, Liz Hickok has garnered much attention for her architectural models made from Jell-O. Undoubtedly, working in one of the most ephemeral of sculpture materials, Hickok creates molded scale models made from Jell-O that depict San Francisco’s highly recognizable architecture. Ranging from The Transamerica pyramid to stately Victorian homes, the shimmering miniature buildings emit an oddly ethereal glow and are at once humorous and ironic given life on the fault line here in the Bay Area. In addition to sculpture, Hickok also works in photography. For Residency Projects she will be presenting a series of large format photographs representing both the molds and the quivering Jell-O architecture.