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Weaponizing sexual experience, Madison intends to create a queer visual display of work that doesn't just exist, but disgusts, illuminates, attracts and pulls into. Using a combination of photographic and sculptural technique, they intend to make physical the phrase of - “The voyeur doesn't exist, this space is reaffirming and liminal.” In this more recent work, these fabricated moments hold their own importance to themselves like a mirror in order to create a margin of their own.
Madison Moore is a multidisciplinary artist and educator currently based out of Houston, Texas. A recent graduate of Alfred University School of Fine Arts, Moore has been awarded smaller residencies in New York State, and across Europe and has been featured in numerous collaborative projects and print productions including Susie Magazine.
Moore has taught extensive workshops and series’ to youth, adults, and peers alike in varying media from butter sculpture and welding to darkroom photography and alternative processes. They have worked in NYC public schools as well as Houston ISD Public schools and other arts organizations such as Houston Center for Photography, Beam Center, Penland School of Craft, TXRX Labs, and Cummings Nature Center. Continually expanding their teaching and learning process is a constant goal to be met.