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Synonyms - reuse, recycle, remodel, reprocess, recover, regenerate, save. To me, recover/regain is an important aspect of this definition, by looking at what has been eroded by the pursuit of money and power, technology, social media and policies that dehumanize.
Noel Molloy is a visual and performance artist working nationally and internationally. His sculpture medium is found objects turned into semi figurative artworks. He performs at symposiums, festivals and events; curate exhibitions and events such as group exhibitions of visual art, ARTS CABARET, and organised the international event CROSSROADS SYMPOSIUM '95. His work is shown in national and international selected exhibitions and he is regularly invited to exhibit and perform at festivals and symposiums.
“Since the late 70s, Roscommon multidisciplinary artist Noel Molloy has made strange, challenging works out of found objects and domestic detritus. Visit his website, and you’ll find contorted scrap metal sculptures of soldiers, dancers, kings and bears. You’ll see an Irish flag, painted across three bottles of holy water. You’ll see a baby’s pram, crudely repurposed into a sort of military vehicle. A rusty mask will stare back at you with a grotesque metallic grin. Molloy’s semi-figurative creations occupy an uncanny space that is tied to the familiar, but is outlandish enough to trigger unique, unpredictable responses. His feverishly out-there performance pieces engage the mind in a similar, synapse-sizzling way; costumes, set designs, abstract actions, cut-up audio and musical extracts allude to themes such as religion, conflict, history and environmentalism, but what it “means” is left entirely to the audience.”
FInd his art on his website.