Mollie Anna King is a graduate of Crawford College of Art and Design where she received her B.A. (Hons.) in Fine Art. She grew up in a very small village in South Tipperary and moved to Cork City in late 2006.
Strongly influenced by her immediate surroundings and her innate ability to question everything but fall short on logical answers. She received the National Sculpture Factory’s Graduate Award for 2010 and is presently exhibiting at the Triskel ESB Substation.
The work is concerned with the idea of a “happening”, the notion of a performance without a person performing, but rather an object. The materials are banal and overly familiar but through a ritualistic motion are transformed into a more significant object.
The work questions the idea of a failed action. The work is a haphazard coalescence of everyday materials and objects brought together to form a systematically unplanned event.