16 June – 4 July 2004: Roger Moloney


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Roger Moloney’s paintings offer a view of a surreal world which is strangely familiar. Sinking boats and burning structures … strange formations that linger, ominously, hinting at impending crisis or doom.  These are elements of theatre which Moloney uses to create a taxleaux of visual drama.

Continuing a long held interested in anxiety and oppression,  Moloney has invented spaces which oscillate between dislocation and association, and evoke a sense of anticipation.  The paintings are colourful yet foreboding.

Roger Moloney is a Melbourne based artist who has followed a consistent visual language for the past twenty years. Several years in the making, this exhibition will be Roger Moloney’s first solo show since 1997.