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Rob Mulholland is a sculptor and environmental artist based in the United Kingdom who exhibits throughout the U.K and world-wide and undertakes both public and private commissions.
Rob Mulholland [ born Glasgow ] graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1986. He has exhibited work throughout the UK and Internationally.
2017 - 'Vínculo eterno. Madre e hijo' at Nido de Quelzalcoatl in Mexico City.
2017 - DZNE. Sculpture commission, Bonn University. Germany
2016 - ‘ Evolve ‘Glasgow Commonwealth Games Legacy – Major public commission
for Cuningar Loop Park, Glasgow.
2016 – ‘One Flock’ Art installation Portsmouth, Virginia USA
2016 - Oatlands Artwork Commission, Glasgow Scotland
2015 - ‘ Emergence ’ NHS Scotland, Sculpture for new Community Health Centre.
2015 - Artcurator Gallery, Sculpture commission, Moscow, Russia
2015 - 'Rise of Oudinarde' Perth, Scotland.
2014 - 'Transmigration' 17th International Sculpture Symposium, Icheon, Korea
2014 - 'Lest we forget' Installation for BBC London [ 2014 ]
2013 - 'The Watchers' Mainau Island – Konstance – Germany
2013 - 'Skytower' Sculpture Commission – Forestry Commission Scotland UK
2016 - Fotokunst, Zingst, Germany
2015 – ‘Of the lake’ Menteith, Scotland
2014 – ‘ The Gathering ‘ Scottish Natural Heritage, Taynish Installation, Scotland
2014 – Crane lab 2014, Reflectives – Avallon - France
2014 – No Boundaries – Battersea Park, London, England UK
2013 - ART – OVRAG Art Festival – Vyksa – Moscow , Russia
2013 - Envies Rhonements - Provence, France – European City of Culture 2013
2013 – Caol Ruadh Sculpture Park- Argyll Scotland, UK
2013 – Newby Hall Sculpture Park, England UK
2013 – Macmillan Legacy Garden – Hampton Court London UK
2013 – Effervescence – West Dean Gallery – Chichester, England UK
2012 - ‘Art Takes Times Square’ Installation Billboard, New York, USA
His practise explores the complex relationship between humans and the natural world. Utilizing a wide variety of forms and materials his sculpture installations interact with their surroundings. He incorporates mirrored surfaces in his sculptures to reflect the given environment and alter the viewers perception of the space. The reflection is purposely distorted inviting the viewer to question their individual relationship with their surroundings. This nexus between people and the natural world is further developed in recent works such as 'One Flock' which illuminates this symbiotic relationship.
He is interested in elements of deconstruction and has interpreted this with sculptures such as Skytower and Evolve in which kinetic forces appear to have torn through and re-shaped the sculptural forms. These sculptures push the boundaries of physical structural engineering allowing him to explore and develop his practise further. His work is both gallery based and sited in public spaces.