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. 

Primary elections seem even more important.
After losing my job as a server to the Coronavirus pandemic, I started taking pictures of the barren streets and came across this near my locale grocer. As a server I absolutely agree: 86 COVID19...
Picture says it all.....life in the times of coronavirus.
While my partner and I were out for the last time before the lockdown, I also found this shot of a bus driver with nothing to do and no one to transport so he was just waiting around. The Coronavirus...
Due to the toilet paper stockpiling, well known worldwide, I had the idea to sew a message in a toilet paper square. I do believe that the image speaks by itself.  There are always...
in these times of difficulty, people are supporting people the only few ways we know how. a "thank you" banner is put up from residential homes in Madrid.
Fragile moments depicts a series of restful, serene images, suspended in time, each in some private ecstasy of solitude. It refers to those instants caught in time when people are found in a...
It was decided last Friday, the 21st of March 2020, that venues in London, U.K should temporarily close. By early afternoon, emerging scientific evidence suggested that it needed to be a...
I had seen on social media about putting a rainbow in your window so that passerby's would see it and it would brighten their day as rainbows symbolise hope but as i was creating this installation, i...
There is a fear that comes from the unknown. The "invisible boogeyman" of coming into contact with the virus. The symptoms that can creep up upon us at a later date, or we may be symptomless and be...
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...
I'm a painter living & working in County Kildare, Ireland.  A while ago, visiting my brother in Balbriggan, I came out of the house to see this double rainbow. The light of the sun had...
Isolation – something that i´m kind of always reaching for, but when suddenly demanded, turns out to be frightening. An empty shopping mall, always something fascinating and hauntingly beautiful,...
The commercial realism of Oxford Street in London now contrasts sharply with the imagery of the people on the street. The crisis has deeply affected the images of human beings we see in public, and...
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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