Cindy Stockton Moore

'No More We Can Hold' -- Installation view, 'Still Time' at Mount Airy Contemporary
In the studio, I am working on new, large-scale, ink paintings for an upcoming solo exhibition at Arlington Arts Center. The project - entitled Firth - was inspired by my earlier collaboration with Michael Konrad: Variance.
I am excited to announce that I have been named a 2018-2019 Artists in Residence at the historic Glen Foerd on the Delaware. I will begin research in the Fall.
A pair of wall works, 'No More We Can Hold' was recently on view at the 3-person exhibition 'Still Time' at Mount Airy Contemporary. Here is a recent review by Edith Newhall for the Philadelphia Inquirer.
'A Mesh is also a Snare' at Esther Klein Gallery featured a new collaborative video I made with Rachel Wetzel and Sarah Pulver.
My site specific installation Other Absences is currently on view at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia --- the project has been extended through December 2017. You can read Peter Crimmins essay on 'Other Absences' for WHYY. Here is an article by Tom Deignan that examines the history behind the work in relationship to contemporary conversations around immigration.
The recent two-person exhibition with Rebecca Saylor Sack, Mute Things, was on view at Stockton University Galleries from January 17 - March 22. It features a new wall work that spans both floors of the galleries. The exhibition was curated by Jacob Feige; you can read his insightful essay here.