Moore’s work explores ideas of the journey - both to and from nations, across borders and through technology, in order to be present elsewhere - is something that resonates throughout my practice. I return regularly to explorations of motion: the push-pull of physical and immaterial boundaries; exertion, labour and effort.

He works in sonic/electronic (audio/visual) installation, and performance. I operate within the field; gathering bodies of ephemeral and ambient sounds and images, particularly whilst in motion.

In 2019, moore received the ACNI Artist Career Enhancement Scheme to work with Golden Thread Gallery, where he is currently developing a durational performance video work which is informed by VR and the phenomenology of endurance exercise: the body and the landscape, nature and machine, and internal and external experience.

Recent research has also been embedded in socio-historical narrative that examines the present moment through traces, expressions, recollections and images of recent history. These start broadly, through political and technological social infrastructure, narrowing to the subsequent impacts on our collective and individual identities.

Moore is based in Belfast after graduating from the Ma in Art Research and Collaboration from Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.

Selected shows include: FIonnghlas, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast (2021) A Consideration Of All Bodies, Lab Gallery, Dublin (2021) TILT [AT WINDMILLS], CCA Derry, (2021) Unsettlement, Platform Arts Gallery, Belfast (2017) Statəcraft, Irish Museum of Modern Art Project Space, Dublin (2016), lorem ipsum, Atypical Gallery Belfast (2015) and Palace Revolution, Galveston Arts Centre, Texas U.S.A. (2014).