Workshop for 9 -14 Years old 11am to 12.30pm
Using an array of found and everyday materials, this workshop will explore ideas in relation to Maud Cotter’s upcoming solo exhibition, in a consequence of – a breather of air. The workshop will play with notions of materials which are solid, hollow, translucent, and structural. Attendees will collectively create a temporary large scale 3D line drawing, exploring the importance of drawing as a starting point but also its use as a centre point in the process of making. This assemblage will cast shadows and inform further drawing experiments using the poetic and mundane.
Nollaig Molloy is a visual artist based between Belfast and Roscommon. She is currently studying a Masters of Fine Art in Ulster University, Belfast, working in a variety of mediums through sculptural installation, video and photography. She is interested in the process of making, stemming from the question, ‘How is it made?’ Sometimes incorporating craft-based techniques; her work can bring together contemporary ideas of material value with traditional forms of making.