Emily Moore has defined her own term ‘wildness’ in contemporary painting. Her visual language is a nucleus of extended ideas, philosophies and lived experiences–systems that cross-pollinate one another whilst coexisting and thriving. Moore works with paint on canvas, yarn and weaving, installation, play and performance, and her approach to all these mediums is rooted in the idea of exploration. The constant thread that runs through her studio practice is a maker’s spirit; a constant evolution of reactive gestural mark making through different materials and mediums.
Emily Moore graduated with first class honours from her BA at Edinburgh College of Art in 2013. She has exhibited widely including at ‘Tommorow: London’, White Cube Gallery, London, 2020, ‘Field of Vision’, Lisa Norris Gallery, London, 2019 and ‘Mountainscapes’, Maybaum Gallery, San Francisco, 2019. She was awarded Rise Art Painter of the Year Award in 2018 and was a finalist for the Zealous Art Prize the same year as well as being shortlisted for The Biscuit Factory Open Contemporary Young Artist Award in both 2019 and 2020.
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