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“Our greatest masquerade is that we believe we do not depend on the soil, water and air; that somehow we exist out of Wal-Mart’s. It is a great naiveté that technology, or perhaps even civilization, has convinced us that we are separate from nature. The need to understand American culture and politics and explain the histories behind the myths about nature and social norms that are integral to environmental concerns motivate my art making. The nature I have grown up in is contrived,
Moore’s work is not media dependent and uses material to create another layer to the meaning of the work. The work is mainly a response to the American culture -ideals and our perspectives- in relation to the environment. Moore questions how American myths and socially created norms about nature affect our response to the environment.
Audio/Sound, Computer, Video, Photography, Earth, Fiber, Video
Visionary: The Herron Experience, Eskenazi Hall, Indianapolis, IN. Listen: A Music and Video Experiment, Big Car Gallery, Indianapolis, IN. Imaging the Universe, Slusser Gallery, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Picture Windows: Urban Interpretations, Arts Council of Indianapolis, Indian
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