Jake Moore presents five audio-visual installations, which consider the inadequacy of the human form in the face of our increasingly ever-present technological climate. Arising from the relationship that he holds with the struggles with his own body, Jake employs computer animation, video and sound in the construction of a newly synthesised digital body; a labour towards a machine-like perfection in form, surface and movement.
The exhibition features Dreams in Ultraviolet, a new two-channel computer animation with sound commissioned by the Collection and Usher Galleries.
Image taken from ‘Dreams in Ultraviolet’, courtesy of Jake Moore
Jake Moore is an artist based in Nottingham, UK.
His work employs computer animation, video and sound to consider the new potential that technology could provide to his ailing, living body. Moore graduated from Nottingham Trent University in 2015, receiving a BA (Hons) in Fine Art and is now a studio member at BACKLIT Studios.