Cindy Stockton Moore

exhibitions
 
 
CURRENT NEWS:

Now on view: May 20 - July 29, 2023.  I'm grateful to be included in the thoughtful exhibition 'Archive of the A.I.R' at Past Present Projects.  It's a rare opportunity to revisit my research with a project inspired by the remnants of my work at Glen Foerd.  

Upcoming: July 15 - September 16, 2023.   'Nature's Alchemy' at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education is a four-person exhibition that will feature my project begun during Art in the Open.  The new video 'No City is All City' will be on view in addition to paintings and ephemera.  Join me at Nature's Alchemy Festival: Saturday, August 26th, 11am-1:30pm (rain date Sept 9) to experiment with natural paints.

Chimaera Gallery has published the first flipbook of my animations .

Interview in Artblog: I am so grateful for Roberta's insightful conversation in the studio.

Happy to be included in this new publication Earthkeepers Handbook - with how to make charcoal on pp 60-61. Print copies available soon!

Come visit in September 2023, when I am Artist in Residence at Cunningham Falls State Park, Thurmont, MD  

My ultrashort video 'fleeting' was recently screened in MagikalCharm Experimental Video and Film Fest in NYC,  Big Teeth: Short Shorts Film Festival in Chicago, 20/92 Video Festival at Icebox Project Space in Philadelphia, and One Minute Film Fest in Florida. It is the first in a cycle of chromatic poems that use the color wheel as a structure for visual exploration. Informed by our Dye Club, these experiments in material-based, process-oriented videos explore tactile landscape and low-waste, sustainable strategies in the studio.

Shadow Tag was included in the Data x Design 'Ground Truth IRL exhibition in Brooklyn, March 2022. For this collaborative project, I had the pleasure of working with Rachel Blake, John Stockton, Hoang Pham and Rachel Wetzel, exploring NYC's Open Data.

The site specific installation Other Absences is on view at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia - the project has been extended through 2023. Here is an article by Tom Deignan that examines the history behind the work in relationship to contemporary conversations around immigration.

My installation - an openness to all things lovely remains on-view at Glen Foerd, Philadelphia PA. You can plan your visit - or read more about the project.

Thanks to Anda Dubinskis for including my work in the three-person exhibition TOUCH at Cerulean Arts alongside Lauren Whearty and Betsey Batchelor, March 2022.