My work explores how we value ourselves. What roles do we feel a duty to perform and why? People are integral to my work and I try to see where in the various stages of arts production and reception a participatory public can be at play. I work across mediums. The essence of an idea determines its material characteristics.

Harrison Moore (b. 1986, Sheffield, UK) lives and works in London. He graduated with a Diploma in Professional Study and a BA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, UAL London (2012- 2016), undertaking his Erasmus placement at Mimar Sinan University of the Fine Arts, Istanbul (2013-2014). He currently studies MA Contemporary Art Practice: Public Sphere at the Royal College of Art, London (2016-2018). Solo exhibitions include Sheffield: You Were History, Gallery 35, Sheffield (2016); The Art of Letter Writing, CSMSU, London (2013). Group exhibitions include From Inclusion to Partnership, The Gallery for Social Art, Jerusalem (2017); White Noise, Royal College of Art, London (2017); What’s That Thing? Hockney Gallery, Royal College of Art, London (2017); WIP, Royal College of Art, London (2017); Act Ø, By Other Means Gallery, London (2016); Do Disturb, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2016); All Exclusive, The Old Police Station, London (2016), New York, New York, BYGDA 2.0, Stokkøya, Norway (2016), Show 1, Central Saint Martins, London (2016), <src code = people>, 17 Fielding Street, London (2016), Shared Insight, Kentish Town Health Centre, London (2016), Hix Awards, Cock & Bull Gallery, London (2014), Silhouette in Six, Black Maria, London (2013), In Between States, Mile End Art Pavilion, London (2013), MMXIII, Mile End Art Pavilion, London (2013), F, Blake College, London (2012) and Sister Cities, International Museum of Tianfu Square, Chengdu, China (2012). Harrison has participated in residencies including Stokkøya Collaborative Residency, Norway (2016), Outside In Residency, UK (2016), Sister Cities Residency, China (2012) and has worked as a studio assistant to artists Hurvin Anderson, London (2017), Jaime Gili, London (2017), John Underwood, Phuket (2014), Frances Scott, London (2013), Florence Dent, London (2013) and Leena Chauhan, London (2013).

Contact Harrison at harrison.moore@network.rca.ac.uk

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