In partnership with Waltham Forest Council
Adam Moore is a British-Saint Lucian artist who dances and works with dance. Born, living, and working in the regenerated east end of London he is interested in sustainability. His transdisciplinary works examine notions of multiculturalism, unity, and resilience. He designs spaces to perform in that establish and reciprocate care, intimacy, and abundance, inviting others into new ways of synthesising material, non-sensory, and spiritual dimensions.
Adam is a Leverhulme Performing Arts Scholar, a recipient of a Jerwood Bursary (2020), and a CONSTELLATIONS 2020-21 artist. He currently teaches Camden Art Centre’s Youth Collective Transformative Futures programme, and writes for Dance Art Journal. Recent commissions include Supercritical, A Psalm (2021) for Theatrum Mundi, and Rotten.TV Episode 1 (part 2): DisSolution (2021) for Rotten.TV (Daniel Lie and Jupiter Artland).
Adam will use the space to explore Bright Dynasty (2021) in more depth, moving, writing, reading, listening, and painting. He will curate and exhibit a selection of paintings from the Bright Dynasty Series (2021), with prints for sale on request. Within the exhibit the performance installation will be a space for gathering with others for practicing, performing, and making connections.
IMAGE: Long Play Liberation (2020). Commissioned by Newham London for Black History Month 2020. Photo: Hayleigh Longman.
Thursday 6 Jan 7.00pm Bright Dynasty (performance)
Sunday 9 Jan 3.00-5.00pm Listening party for queer POC
13th Jan 7.00-8.00pm Bright Dynasty (performance)
Sunday 16th Jan 3.00-5.00pm closing listening party for everyone
Contact Adam Moore directly for for more information:
Roisin specialises in Morris’s international links and influences. She has curated various exhibitions including ‘William Morris and the Bauhaus’ (2019), ‘Distant Fellowship: Morris & South Asia’ (2021) and ‘Young Poland’ (currently on display). Following a post-graduate degree from the Bard Graduate Center, New York, Roisin worked at the V&A Museum, Historic Royal Palaces and Teien Museum, Tokyo. She is currently developing an exhibition exploring Morris’s relationship with the Japanese mingei craft movement.