Jock Mooney

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UNITED KINGDOM, 1982

Jock Mooney’s work explores the cultural outpourings of the human mind, whether his own or that of the world at large. His work can be seen as concerned with the liberation of the human spirit through confronting us with our own everyday ridiculousness, an anarchic and never-ending project of emancipation that attempts to clear a path for the imagination. His small-scale drawings function as a personal reflection on life, they are “portals to nowhere”, nightmarish landscapes and carnivalesque visions of isolation and failure.