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Andrew Molloy
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Ratting, Dwelling, Thinking or Being and the Art of Motorcycle Ratting
Five months ago I was approached by a group of motorcycle enthusiasts, the N.I.Rats, to make a documentary about them. This was about the height of the brief. There was no clear agenda in the form of a point that needed to be made, or clear arc in terms of ...

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The following are notes and slides developed for a walking tour of the Sailortown area of Belfast, delivered at 10am, 12/09/2015, as part of the European Heritage Open Days in conjunction with PLACE, the Northern Ireland centre for the built environment. St...

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Found a version of seminal Belfast Punk doc 'Shellshock Rock' (1979) by John T. Davis

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'European Heritage Open Days' 2014 - Short film Competition winner
In September of this year I submitted a short section of my longer 'Myths of Belfast' thesis film to the European Heritage Open Days (EHOD) short film competition. The brief for the competition was as follows. The film’s subject matter must be concerned wit...

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Absorbing Modernity Part 3 - Urban Exploration and Fergus Jordan's 'Garden Estate'
The following are notes made for a presentation made at Belfast Exposed gallery at Fergus Jordan's 'Garden Estate' exhibition on 30th October 2013. More on the photographic series can be viewed here  http://www.fergusjordan.com/border_galleries/garden-estat...

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Absorbing Modernity 1914-2014 Part 2
The following are notes made for a bus tour of Craigavon which took place on 1st November 2014. This was part of the Absorbing Modernity series of events based on the themes of the Venice Biennale. The bus tour was organised and hosted by PLACE. Up until ar...

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Absorbing Modernity
The following was prepared as part of panel discussion which took place in the Ulster Museum on 25/10/2014 as part of the Belfast Festival's 'Ulster Museum Day,' looking at 'Absorbing Modernity' in Northern Ireland. Modernity is often described as a total b...
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