jamesmoore

James Moore was born in Atlanta GA in 1986 and received his BFA from Pratt Institute in 2009.  His work encompasses a varied practice of installation, sculpture, painting and drawing to explore the complex relationships between technological metamorphosis, spirituality, supernatural and natural phenomena, dimensional rifts in space and consciousness, science and nature models, belief systems and biology.

Moore is interested in expressing the metaphorical application of energy and light in art, the growing connectivity between people and technology, inter-dimensionality, anatomy, the relationship between creation, destruction and regeneration, and riding high performance motorcycles, an action he sublimates into his art making practice.

Moore's work has been featured by The Creators Project, Artnet, BULLETT Magazine, Purple Magazine, as major public installations and murals, and exhibited in shows at SIGNAL Gallery in Brooklyn, NY and with curators Alt_Esc_ at Art Basel Miami, FL. 

Moore lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. 

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EDUCATION

2009   BFA - Magna Cum Laude, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY

 

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017   'No Vacancy 2' - 929 Broadway, Brooklyn NY. Curated by Alt_Esc_.

2017    ‘We Need to Talk...Artists and the public respond to present conditions in America’ - Petzel Gallery, New York, NY.

2016    ‘Cached Out’ - Satellite Art Show, Miami, FL.  Curated by Alt_Esc_.

2016     ‘Relegate the Flesh’ - Spring/Break Art Show, New York, NY.

2015     ’The Coven’ - SIGNAL Gallery, Brookyn, NY. 

2014     ‘Pressure Point’ - Outpost Artist Resources, Brooklyn, NY.

2014     ‘Crystalline Mind’ - The Silent Barn, Brooklyn, NY.

2014     ’Noodle Beaches for Meeting Witches 7’ - SIGNAL Gallery, Brooklyn NY.

2014     ‘Braddock Tiles Project’ - The Anita Yablonsky Foundation, New York, NY. Curated by Swoon.

2014      ’Think of Your Future’ - Grace Exhibition Space, Brooklyn, NY

 

RESIDENCIES

2015 - 2016 - ARTHA Project, Long Island City, Queens, NY.

 

LECTURES

2014 - 'Identifications: A Discussion About Non-Conformity, Labeling, and Forms of Identity' MANA Contemporary, Miami , FL.