Diaphanous (2021). Image: Gavin Repton

Adam Moore is an English-St.Lucian, transdisciplinary artist from London, exploring multiculturalism, unity, and resilience.

Extending from his embodied practice, he uses an assortment of dance, drawing, painting, text, sound, sculpture, and video to investigate emergent transdisciplinary forms and their potential to amplify and transcend meaning.

He cultivates relationships intuitively across accumulating variables of process and form that develop into installations, exhibitions, and performances.

He limns poetics and theories of sustainability through his socially engaged, experimental, and collaborative practice, inviting others into new ways of perceiving and connecting material and non-sensory dimensions.

Adam investigates sustainability as a life-cycle of trial and improvement inquiring personal and collective exchanges across cultures, identities and experiences, foregrounding unity and resilience of the self, the collective, and worlds beyond the human, to soften hardened institutions and reveal alternative ways for life to thrive more fully.

Navigating variant durational and ephemeral activity, Adam’s work offers audiences generous encounters with transdisciplinary gestures. His work has a potent effect on audiences’ imaginations.

Bright Dynasty Paintings: Untitled (2021), Kunstraum, London.


Morning Class at Independent Dance
Monday 27th September – Friday 1st Ocotber 2021

Pleasure Ground,
Residency and commission for Haarlem Artspace & Ingestre Orangery,
23rd October 2021

a-n Rural Assembly Programme
November 2021 (details to be announced)

A Love Affair,
Commission for Theatrum Mundi.

Long Play Liberation (2020). Commissioned by Newham London for Newham London Black History Month 2020 Celebration. Photo: Hayleigh Longman


Umbra, Penumbra, Antumbra
CONSTELLATIONS 2020-21 Live at Flat Time House 6-9pm
11th September 2021

A colaboradora, a workshop commons: inaugural research practice series hosted by Performance@King’s

Bright Dynasty, supported by Jerwood Arts (Jerwood Bursary Artist 2020) & Kunstraum London.

Dance Art Journal,
Percolate residency & workshop,
Siobhan Davies Dance

Long Play Liberation: Transmission,
digital performance commissioned by The Place ‘What does the future look like?’ Festival

Long Play Liberation
performance series, commissioned by Newham London for Newham’s Black History Month 2020 celebration