1991 born in UK
Lives and works in Somerset

hattie.c.moore@gmail.com

Education

2015 - 2017 Slade School of Fine Art, MA Fine Art: Sculpture
2013 - University of the Arts London: Camberwell College of Arts
Sept. 2011 - Feb. 2012 - Unversidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain
2010 - The Arts University College Bournemouth

Awards

Somerset Art Works Creative Pathways Bursary Award 2018
Nominated for the Boise Travel Scholarship 2017
Nominated for the Max Werner Drawing Prize 2017
Clare Winsten Memorial Award (Slade School of Fine Art) 2016
Nominated for the Red Mansion Prize 2016
Altrusa Careers Trust Grant 2016
Yorkshire Ladies Council of Education Grant 2015

Residencies

2014 - 2015 - St Georges School, Ascot

Selected Shows

2018
September 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23- Somerset Art Works Open Studios Exhibition, Weston Bampfylde Village Hall, Somerset (Creative Pathway Bursary Award Winner)
Every Thing, Assembly Point, London
Light and Dark, Sightlines projects at Christmas Steps Gallery, Bristol
LIVINGS, group sculpture show at 28 Sutherland Square
https://forcedcollaboration.org/Ben-Sanderson-and-Hattie-Moore

2017
Doremifasolasido, Grizedale Arts and Coniston Institute, Cumbria
Slade School of Fine Art Graduate Degree Show
Suck It and See Projects @ The Brick Cube, London

2016
Oddly Drawn Object, Haunt Gallery, London
Holding the Vessel, The Chopping Block Gallery, London
Slade Print Fair, UCL, London
Forwards + Backwards, Donna Laura's House, Lisbon, Portugal
MA/MFA Interim Show, Slade School of Fine Art, London
Small Press Project, UCL North Lodge, London
Poison, UCL Rock Room Exhibition, London
XXL, Hotel Elephant, London

2015
Summer Show, St Georges School, Ascot
FROM, Hotel Elephant, Elephant and Castle, London

2013
Camberwell College of Arts Graduation Show, Camberwell
ISH Art Show, 229 Great Portland Street, 23rd April - 7th May

2012
Draft, Bussey Building, Peckham
BA.SE, Shoreditch Town Hall Basement

Publications

Interview with artist Eom Jeongwon
Published in book to accompany the exhibition '1:60' at the Korean Cultural Institute

Terraform Magazine, 2017, Issue 2
'Primordial Ooze'- a written extension to my studio practice

Woburn Research Centre Online Publication
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/graduateresearch/graduate_research_2015-16.pdf

Pseudo-nature: A reading of Raze Bloom by Rachael Champion through the theories of Hannah Arendt, JAWS Journal of Arts Writing by Students, Volume 2 Number 1



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