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4. 9. 2021   4pm
Noel Molloy: THE DOOR
Roscommon, Ireland

Noel Molloy_the door_2010_Roscommon lamb Festival exhibition, Ireland, photo_Dympna Molloy

Performance piece called THE DOOR focuses on isolation and dealing with communication and interaction, and seeking feedback. Noel Molloy in his isolation and anonymity attempts to communicate and barriers become erected personally or externally. The door is a portal yet also a barrier; the artist is communicating through passing personal objects. The performer asks “who’s there?” and there is no reply, but the attempts at communication continue.

 

 

Noel Molloy is a visual and performance artist based in Roscommon, Ireland. He earned his Fine Arts degree at the Limerick School of Art and Design in 1982. He works in the field of sculpture/mixed media and performance art, and exhibits and creates performances extensively throughout Ireland, Western and Eastern Europe and the U.S.A. He has also curated and organised exhibitions and events such as group exhibitions of visual art, ARTS CABARET (live events) as well as the international CROSSROADS SYMPOSIUM '95. He is also the founder of the Working Artists Roscommon 1990 artists group and remains its administrator, and a member of the Visual Artists Ireland. He is the holder of numerous awards such as Culture Ireland/Roscommon Arts Office 2017, 2018 and 2019; event awards from Arts Cabaret 15 and 17; 19 Arts Council of Ireland awards from 1991 to 2006; and the Americans for the Arts 1998 Banana Factory residence in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania among others.