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Gemma Moore's Imagined Landscapes Gemma Moore's new work opens in Bishops Castle

Gemma Moore's Imagined Landscapes

Gemma Moore's new work opens in Bishops Castle

by LamontPaul, Founder & Publisher
first published: January, 2023

approximate reading time: minutes

photographic prints of mixed media paintings that are abstractions of local landscapes...

Gemma Moore
Imagined Landscapes
Town Hall, Bishops Castle, UK
Saturday, January 7th - February 4th

Gemma Moore's Imagined Landscapes, which opens this weekend in Bishops Castle is a body of work created during Gemma's artist residency at the Sidney Nolan Trust in Presteigne. The works represent a series of photographic prints of mixed media paintings that are abstractions of local landscapes. Imagined Landscapes are characterised by an intense array of colours, lines and patterns that signify feelings and associations triggered by different environments.

Imagined Landscapes

We first encountered Gemma's, when her installation Our Distraught System (2022) featured at In Real Life the MA show staged at the historical Margaret Street building in Birmingham. Our Distraught System (2022) is a representation of the societal system that can fail to support women when they face issues such as having their perception and experiences of various public spaces (i.e. streets in cities) impeded by either literal or psychological fear of violent behaviour. 

Gemma Moore

Gemma's work has been featured at Tate Britain and she was also part of Outsideleft's Bunch of Five Series in December.

Imagined Landscapes opens on Saturday January 7th and runs thru' February 4th, 2022.


Essential Info
Imagined Landscapes
Town Hall, Bishops Castle, UK
Saturday, January 7th - February 4th

The address for the exhibition is:
Town Hall,
High St,
Bishops Castle
SY9 5BG.

Gemma Moore at Outsideleft
Gemma Moore's website

LamontPaul
Founder & Publisher

Publisher, Lamontpaul founded outsideleft with Alarcon in 2004 and is hanging on, saying, "I don't know how to stop this, exactly."

Lamontpaul portrait by John Kilduff painted during an episode of John's TV Show, Let's Paint TV


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