Adam Moore is a transdisciplinary artist from east London of Caribbean and European heritage. Using choreographic, embodied, transdisciplinary processes in post-studio and socially engaged contexts he examines the intersectional discourses, technologies, and embodiments of sustainability. A Trinity Laban Leverhulme Performing Arts Scholar with an MFA in Dance Creative Practice, he is Associate Lecturer in the Department of Architecture & Visual Arts, School of Architecture, Computing and Engineering at the University of East London on the BA and MA Fine Art programmes. His solo exhibition and performance series, Bright Dynasty, was presented by Phoenix Art Space, Brighton, in 2022. In 2023 he was awarded the Jerwood New Work Fund. A CONSTELLATIONS 2020-21 artist developing socially engaged collaborative practice, his first public artwork commissioned by Devonshire Collective and Eastbourne Alive celebrating the character and urban fabric of Eastbourne and the 2023 Turner Prize will be unveiled on Eastbourne pier this September. His video works have been screened at the 2023 London Festival of Architecture and Open City’s 2023 Open House Festival. His work is distributed by Queer Art Projects and has been commissioned, exhibited and produced with support from Arts Council England, g39, Cardiff, Hypha Studios, Theatrum-Mundi, Jupiter Artland, Kunstraum, London, Ingestre Orangery, London Borough of Newham, London Borough of Waltham Forest, Haarlem Artspace, and more.