Identity, memory and surveillance are themes around which Celina investigate relationships between socio-political structures and the body. Her work spans Live Performance, Film and Installation. She uses collaborative processes to test live performance methodologies in response to site and context. Her unique Live Installations and videos generate uncertainty through satire and wit. Critical triggers of her live work rely upon audience participation and interaction. Audio and live installation elements work in tandem to manifest highly charged emotional experiences unfolding momentarily in real time.
Muldoon is an artist based in Northwest Ireland. She has exhibited nationally and internationally in Bushwick Studios N.Y., Cyberarts Gallery, Boston and with Craw festival Berlin. Her major multi-disciplinary work SIRENS has been funded by the Next Generation Award and the Artist in the Community Scheme Award from the Arts Council.
Selected exhibitions include SIRENS for Live Collision, Dublin, 2019, SIRENS III solo exhibition in Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, 2019 and SIRENS IV in Futures: Series 3; Episode 3, R.H.A. Dublin, 2019. She has completed residencies in Cowhouse Studios, Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annamakerrig and will be Artist in Residence in Visual Carlow in 2021. Her practice was selected as Temple Bar Gallery Artist in residence in St. Vincent's Primary School, Dublin supported by The Central Bank. Current projects include a collaboration with the dept. of Neuroscience and the dept. of History in Trinity College Dublin, funded by the 2020 Arts Council Bursary. In 2021 she received the Arts Council Commission Award in partnership with Pallas Projects and Studios. This collaborative project with primary and secondary schools and communities of interest in Dublin 8. will culminate in a major Live Performance Parade in Dublin City. She will exhibit new work for ‘Turas’ group exhibition in the R.C.C. Letterkenny from June - Aug, 2021.