Nicole Mullan

This is an ongoing project started within the confinements of my home in Manchester. 

Using CCTV cameras i explore how places have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and government regulations to self isolate. For the purpose of this series, I specifically focused on Italy, the country that has been worst affected by the virus. I have been exploring other countries, cities and countrysides as well as accessing airport cameras which i will be posting daily on my instagram.

We are all facing such uncertain times, I obsessively check the growing daily death rates every day so the only way I can take my mind off my own anxieties is is to keep busy and meander the streets of different countries that are otherwise inaccessible. Some places i revisit everyday. I observe passers by and wonder what they are doing and where they are going. I sometimes make notes about my observations so i can look back on them and reference my days indoors.

They are all screenshots from real time cameras so it is nice to still have a physical connection with image making. 

When the virus began to spread I became most concenred and anxious about my dad. He is in his sixties and has COPD, a lung disease which puts him at a serious risk. We have been staying indoors as a...
A couple walk back from the shops with heaps of toilet paper, Tooting, London, 12 March, 2020. People are hoarding basic amenities like toilet paper, pasta and rice in fear of a nationwide lockdown...
Daily life in Barcelona, the days goes by as the neighbours try to keep a life as normal as they can. Couples need their space as well, a ray of spring sun it´s a treasure these days in Barcelona
I am a photographer and filmmaker. During the crisis, all my jobs are postponed or cancelled. I'm left alone with my imaginary friends (goldfish). 
One of my daily quarantine affairs is heading over to the rooftop of my building to watch the sea from afar. Nearly everyday, there are fishermen who head out to catch their daily meals. It's...
only 5 mesdemoiselles in skimpy underwear are waiting for the train...
Social distancing, or physical distancing, is a set of non-pharmaceutical interventions or measures taken to prevent the spread of a contagious disease like #covid_19 by maintaining a physical...
This is an ongoing project started within the confinements of my home in Manchester.  Using CCTV cameras i explore how places have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic and government...
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During early days of forced quarantine in Central Italy we could still go out for a walk close by our home, get children out for some fresh air and grab a tiny sense of the incoming Springtime. This...
Everyday brings the unknow.  My heart went out to this woman, resting on a very empty train.  I can only imagine her story.  Perhaps, she is coming from work.  Tired, she like...
Who needs pearls when you've got toilet paper? The Coronavirus crisis has forced us to reassess our reality, to reassess what is important to us and what is not. Who'd have ever thought that we'd...
When the Coronavirus news began taking over the world and one country after the other went into lockdown I became more and more paralysed. As my inbox filled up with cancelled shoots and refund...
During my days of quarantine, today 29th of March they are 21, I've learned to see my window like the mirror of the life outside, the reality of my country now, the tragedy that we are living in...
Covid-Story·Vendredi 20 mars 2020· In these weird times of world changes and confinement my first reaction was to cry and ask the skies what am fucking gonna do now? The answer was as simple as...

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