Catholic Blood by Andrei Molodkin curated by Conor McFeely
Void Gallery is pleased to present the premier of Andrei Molodkin's Catholic Blood. Molodkin's controversial work reflects an enduring examination into the corruption imbued in social, political and religious constructs. Using human blood, crude oil and ballpoint pen, the artist forces the viewer to re-engage with uncomfortable concepts of power and perversion inherent in society and its government. For his exhibition at Void, curated by Conor McFeely, Andrei Molodkin will present a new installation âCatholic Blood in the Rose Window of the Houses of Parliament', 2013 specifically created for the context of Derry, Northern Ireland, addressing the clause of the British constitution that forbids an MP from becoming Prime Minister if they are of Catholic faith.
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