Michael Mulvihill

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UNITED KINGDOM, 1973

Michael Mulvihill’s work investigates how the relationship between corporate business and the military establishment shapes western civilian cultural experience. His recent drawings were made during a residency at RAF Fylingdales, an early warning station built by the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), the same company that produced the records of David Bowie, Iggy Pop and ABBA. RCA LM 0001 2019 shows an image of the Apollo Lunar Landing Module, the radar systems of which were built by RCA’s Missile and Surface Radar Division. Mulvihill’s landscapes and urban scenes are weighted with a sense of menace; of disaster waiting to happen.