Lives and works in London
Dances, works with dance, ceramics, drawing, film, painting, sculpture, text


BA Hons Dance, Theatre, and Professional Practice
Coventry University 2010

MFA Dance Creative Practice
Trinity Laban Conservatoire 2017



(ongoing) Transformative Futures
Lead Artist & Syllabus Teacher
Camden Art Centre

(upcoming) Re-telling Cities
Artist Teacher (inaugural programme syllabus)
Theatrum Mundi

(upcoming) Summer Readings & Rituals
Social Practice
Curated and performed with Sophie Seita, Abby Nocon, Florence Uniacke, and Erin Robinsong
Good Hotel London
commissioned by Newham London

(upcoming) Dance, Covid-19 and Brexit: Perspectives, Challenges, Solutions
Panel event, University of Roehampton
Research project conducted by the Dance Department of the School of Arts, University of Roehampton, in collaboration with University College London and the Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg, Austria

(upcoming) Jerwood UNITe g39 Open Studio
Performance installation – new works in sculpture, painting, film and dance
Jerwood Arts and g39 Cardiff

Launch party: The Minutes of the Hildegard von Bingen Society for Gardening Companions
The Water Garden
Film and text
commissioned by the Hildegard von Bingen Society for Gardening Companions, Canadian Arts Council

An evening of readings
Social Practice
Earth Day celebration with IRIS exhibition
with Sophie Seita, Abby Nocon, and Florence Uniacke
curated by Edward Ball
commissioned by Large Glass Gallery London

Near spring
Social Practice
with Florence Uniacke, Abby Nocon, Erin
Robinsong and Sophie Seita
My Lady Garden, London

Transmission: Parliament
Lecture Series
Sheffield Hallam University

Gender and Performance
Lecture series
Kings College London

Bright Dynasty
Exhibition and performance series
Hypha Studios & London Borough of Waltham Forest


Constellations ° 2022 Open Call Event
An online event for people interested in becoming part of the Constellations ° Cohort 2022, interested in the expanded field of public art
UP Projects

commissioned by Jupiter Artland, Rotten TV

a-n Assembly Wirksworth: Rural
Panel discussion
Co-produced by Haarlem Artspace Directors, A-N Assembly Wirksworth: Rural focuses on rurality, activism and climate change in the context of arts practice

Supercritical, A Psalm
commissioned by Theatrum Mundi

Independent Dance Morning Class
Facilitation of morning classes for
professional independent dance artists.

Digital collage, film, text and audio
commissioned by Ingestre Orangery

Umbra, Penumbra, Antumbra
Social Practice
with Mark Bleakley, Niki Culclough, Lady Kitt, Tom Pope, and Sophie Seita
Flat Time House

Bingen TV
Hildegard von Bingen Society for Gardening Companions
The Cockpit Theatre

Groundmarks Project
Dance Art Journal

Twelve Live Performance Artists – Twelve Artworks of our Time
Performance collaboration
London Performance Studio with Ghost and John, Alina Sakko, Bettina Fung, Bonnie Chan, Elina Akhmetova, Iris Chan, Isabella Leung, Jay Yule, Mark Bleakley, Peggy Yau, Yik Sau Chung

After language, before gesture
Inaugural Performance@Kings series
convened by Penny Newell
Kings College London

Bright Dynasty
Exhibition and performance series
Jerwood Arts and Kunstraum, London

SυΠℜISε τð SυΠSετ SS’21
~ Rested ~
Anouska Samms, Mark Bleakley, Sophie Seita, Steph

Dancing Through Crises – Increasing diversity in the UK freelance
dance scene under the combined pressures of Brexit and Covid-19
Inaugural panel discussion – research project conducted by the Dance Department of the School of Arts, University of Roehampton, in collaboration with University College London and the Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg, Austria

Choreographing New Futures
Panel discussion
with Ana Paz and Sivan Rubistein
commissioned by The Place, London

Long Play Liberation: Transmission
Digital performance
with Amira Ramirez Salgado, Lucy Knight,
Grey Vass, Emilie Meeus
commissioned by The Place, London

Smithson, Interrupted
Dance Art Journal


Long Play Liberation
Performance series
commissioned by Newham London

Hot Mess
Dance Art Journal

Leave Your Vessels
Performance collaboration
with Ex.sses and Kaivalya Brewerton
The Yard, Hackney Wick


Leave Your Vessels
Performance collaboration
with Ex.sses
Guest Projects

Screensaver Series
Dance Art Journal

The Elsewhen Series
Dance Art Journal

Leave Your Vessels
Performance collaboration
with Ex.sses
The Yard, Hackney Wick

Maybe there will be Stars
Haarlem Artspace

Performance installation
commissioned Newham London,
curated by Sonic Gaze


Healing Forwards
Sustainability research project
with Luli Perez and James Taylor
Laban Centre, London


Parallel Field
Performance collaboration
with Luli Perez
Limehouse Town Hall, Royal College of Art,
London, and Julie’s house, Aarhus,  Denmark

Siobhan Davies Dance, London


with Roberto Nicchitta
London Topophobia 12


2022 Jerwood UNITe
g39 Artist Studio Residency, Cardiff.

2022 a-n Bursary 2022: TIME SPACE MONEY

2021 Pleasure Ground 2021
Ingestre Orangery.

UP Projects & Flat Time House

2020 Jerwood Bursary

2019 Collectivism Residency
Haarlem Artspace

2015-2017 Leverhulme Arts Scholarship
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance


I am a transdisciplinary artist who dances and works with dance. I design and build performance installations that are made with and create the conditions for dancing. I apply choreographic and embodied processes for dance making to my works in ceramics, film, painting, sculpture, sound and text.

Dancing with people, life forms, materials and structures in the places I live and the spaces I move through, I nurture and reciprocate care, healing open the closures between fragmented dimensions of reality that touch us and our world deeply.

My work examines and synthesises material, sensory and spiritual dimensions of the self with the world and with others to find new and different ways of perceiving, doing, and being in the world that soften hardened institutions, stewarding life to thrive.


Adam Moore is a British-St. Lucian transdisciplinary artist working with dance at the intersectional discourses and embodied explorations of sustainability. A Trinity Laban Leverhulme Performing Arts Scholar with an MFA in Dance Creative Practice, his work has been supported by Jerwood Arts, Hypha Studios, UP Projects and Flat Time House, a-n The Artists Network, Theatrum-Mundi, Jupiter Artland, Haarlem Artspace, and Newham London. A recipient of a Jerwood Bursary (2020), and a CONSTELLATIONS 2020-21 artist, he has developed and initiated collaborative and socially engaged practices with artists working internationally across art forms with different communities. His work in human rights, public sector and government roles informs his approach to art making.

Adam has presented work at London Topophobia, Limehouse Town Hall, Siobhan Davies Dance, RAWLab (Bow Arts),  The Yard, Hackney Wick, Haarlem Artspace, [SPACE], Guest Projects, Newham and Old Stratford Town Hall,  The Place, London, Kunstraum, London, and Flat Time House.

He has given talks for Dancing Through Crisis (University of Roehampton, University College London, and Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg, Austria); Choreographing New Futures (The Place, London); A colaboradora, a workshop commons: inaugural research practice series hosted by Performance @ King’s and The National Gallery, and a-n Assembly Wirksworth: Rural, focusing on rurality, activism, and climate change. He has taught professional morning class at Independent Dance, online for Inklingroom on Netil Radio, and to Royal Central School of Speech and Drama Performance Arts undergraduates. 

In 2022 he has given talks on Gender and Performance at Kings College London, and as part of Transmission: Parliament at Sheffield Hallam University. He currently teaches Camden Art Centre’s Youth Collective Transformative Futures programme, and writes for Dance Art Journal. He is a Jerwood UNITe 2022 artist at g39 in Cardiff, and a recipient of a-n The Artists Information Company 2022 Time Space Money Bursary.