"Do You Want to See One Million?"


On the Shoreditch Art Wall




close-up of photo



Roger Molloy

Shoreditch Photographic Artist



Title of Work:


“Do You Want to See One Million?”




A photograph consisting of a matrix of one million US $ signs; one thousand across by one thousand down.  The image is so compressed that it cannot be photographed. (read Visual Analysis) Taking a picture of the work, that is a true representation, is impossible. 

It is a photograph that can’t be photographed.  


The Artist: Roger Molloy


'Molloy aka 'Puckish,' works with light and chemical sensitive papers.  With 17 years behind the lens and 7 years in front of the gallery door, a mysterious approach is taken to seeing.  Based on an anomalous character from Shakespeare's, "A Midsummer Night's Dream," Puckish states, "I enjoy creating photographs that cannot be photographed - the non transmissible. The image is the most valuable thing to humanity - without it we would be more animal than human." (view TIME OUT article)




C type print on Fuji archival photographic paper


Paper Size:


Height 210 cm. by width 125 cm. (84” by 50”)


Limited Edition:


250 (two hundred and fifty) 





Each photograph is numbered and signed by the artist on the reverse over a 'one penny' postage stamp.  




£1,000 (one thousand pounds) unframed


Available From:


In the UK - Mackeonis & Associates, 13 Pulteney Road, London E18 1PR  (bernice@mackeonis.com)

In the US - Mackeonis & Associates, 614 Brewington Avenue, Watsonville, CA 95076  (peter@mackeonis.com)


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