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Adam Moore is an English-St. Lucian transdisciplinary artist, living and working in London’s regenerated east-end. His embodied and socioaesthetic work encompasses dance, text, film, drawing, painting and sculptural, spatial forms. Adam designs environments for performance, exploring multiculturalism, unity and resilience, and variant ephemeral activity, within the spacious trajectory of blackness.

Adam embodies art making techniques, generating new relationships between process and form. His work is located both marginal to and beyond institutions, intervening in social, ecological and cultural hierarchies. Adam explores how embodiment amplifies and transcends meaning across forms, entailing a deeper integration and synthesis across making, performance and research.

Adam limns theories of sustainability through his practice, inviting others into new ways of perceiving and connecting, with themselves, others, and physical and digital environments. For Adam, sustainability is a life-cycle of trial and improvement, enquiring multitudinous exchanges across fragmented dimensions, eroding hardened perceptions and attitudes, to reveal alternative visions, multiple futures, and new ways for life to thrive.

Recent work includes: the Long Play Liberation series commissioned by Newham London; collaboration, Leave your vessels; writing for dance art journal; and the CONSTELLATIONS 2020-21 artist development programme with UP Projects and Flat Time House. Adam is a Leverhulme Performing Arts Scholar and a 2020 Jerwood Bursary Artist.