MollyMae Whawell

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  • LocationGlasgow, United Kingdom

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About me

 

b. 1993 Hammersmith, London, MollyMae Whawell is in her final year in the Sculpture department at the Glasgow School of Art. Whawell's interest is in the intersections of contemporary art, dance, choreography and language and the interstitial extremities at which each mode of communication reaches a point of exhaustion. She is interested in moments where one discipline/institution can no longer self-sufficiently support itself. As during a dance rehearsal when, for a choreographer trying to describe movement, words become insufficient and are replaced by gesture and onomatopoeic sound that might somehow better explain the movement eg. ‘aaaand, Da da daaa schwoooPa da’. It is at these intersections that Whawell sees fertile ground for the cultivation of a different kind of artistic process; one where sculpture might be made choreographically and dance sculpturally or work is in fact disciplinarily unplaceable. Whilst her artistic upbringing is sculptural, her work flows between disciplines, realised in amalgamations of sculpture, performance, choreography, text and film.

Skills

 

  • Film
  • Visual Arts
  • Art Direction
  • Sculpture
  • Fine Art
  • Multi-media Artist
  • Final Cut Pro

Education

2016

BA(Hons) Fine Sculpture

Glasgow School of The

Aug 2012 - May 2016