Casey Moore is a UK-based photographer, New Zealand born and English raised. He spent much of his youth inside a darkroom and after a Masters degree in Psychology, he is self taught.
A sense of wonder for the natural world is the beginning for Moore’s work and he references the writing of surrealist Roger Caillois as an influence: ‘Without humanity, there remains aesthetic. It is nature itself that dictates human aesthetics and imagination.’ It is the search for this 'universal aesthetic' that drives the work.
Using traditional, analogue methods Moore’s large works are made by hand in his darkroom in East Sussex, England. Handmade prints on this scale take days to produce and a strong physical connection to the materials and chemistry runs through his practice. This is reflected in the bodily experiences of viewing the work.
Moore is with FHE Galleries in Auckland and Roberta Moore Contemporary in London. He has shown his work in the UK, NZ and Germany. His work is housed in private collections in the UK, NZ, Australia, US and Europe.
May-2016 Auckland Art Fair - FHE Group Show
Apr-2016 Group Show - I Come From Under The Earth - FHE
Feb-2016 Group Show - Aether - Jarvis Dooney Gallery Berlin
Nov-2015 Group Show - Vivian Gallery Auckland - You've Got Mail
Sept-2015 Group Showcase - NZ-UK Link Foundation London - at the Gherkin London
May-2015 Group Show - FHE - Art Up
Mar-2015 Solo Show Downstairs At Mother London - Collision
May-2014 Solo Show FHE - Camera Ephemera
Mar-2014 Group Show FHE - Kaba Ko
Jan-2014 Group Show FHE - Seven Wishes
Oct-2013 Group Show FHE - Path Upon The Air
Aug-2013 Auckland Art Fair
Feb-2013 Solo Show FHE - Anostostimatidae and Friends
Wired UK - Photographing All New Zealand's Meteorites
Radio New Zealand - Upbeat Interview
NZ Herald, T.J. McNamara - On The Arts
MBDS Interview - Talking To Casey Moore
British Library - An Interview With Casey Moore
NZ Herald, T.J. McNamara - A Profound Sense of Unease
Auckland Art Fair Review Paul Baragwanath - If I Could Have
NZ Plant Conservation Network - NZ Plants Through The Eyes Of An Artist