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Joe Moss: Don Quixote


A painted 3D printed figure of Don Quixote laying recumbent on a bed of grass, lost in reverie.

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Joe Moss is an artist working across media, mainly but not exclusively sculpture and video. Moss’ output ranges from solo presentations to radio production to collaborative exhibition-making.

Joe conflates various fictional registers to agitate our perceptions of everyday categories, presenting scenarios with conflicting tangles of cultural status. In the contemporary moment our experience of the everyday is radically changing but the categories we ascribe to our experience are not. Joe invites the audience to witness these fictional structures as simultaneously present worlds that are as much a part of the stream of constant information as the materials themselves. The contemporary experience of time is also a key focus in Joe’s work, a trained mosaicist who presents automated gestures and internet noise alongside craft techniques. This focus also comes through in references in his video and event work.

Selected for the New Contemporaries award 2023, Moss’ recent projects include Supersublime at Giant Gallery, UK, Model Village at NN Contemporary, UK and The London Bronze Editions Foundry Fellowship. The collaborative project An Heart, made with Digital Anthropologist Jane Davies, is held in the Museum of Data. Between 2019-2022 Joe Moss was part of the Conditions Studio programme, and is currently enrolled on the Slade Media MFA.

This model is the first of five editions.

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Weight.25 kg
Dimensions15 × 15 × 15 cm

Joe Moss