a soft disruption
       
     
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carla (anxious grids)
       
     
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Carla 2.jpg
       
     
and she was honest
       
     
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leaks, ooze
       
     
percolating
       
     
a soft disruption
       
     
a soft disruption

Medium: Handmade Felt, Embroidery and Mixed Media

Size: 7’ tall, 13’ long (room installation)

Date: 2019

detail ASD.jpg
       
     
Ooze from ASD.jpg
       
     
Back view of ASD.jpg
       
     
carla (anxious grids)
       
     
carla (anxious grids)

Medium: Handmade Felt, Embroidery and Mixed Media

Date: 2019

Carla detail.jpg
       
     
Carla 2.jpg
       
     
and she was honest
       
     
and she was honest

Large scale fabric installation and sculpture, fabric, faux fur, silicone, netting, ceiling foam, paint and dye, five panels, 2017.

re.riddle_Liz Moore. White Pole.jpg
       
     
re.riddle_And She was Honest 2.jpg
       
     
re.riddle_Liz Moore.GrayPole.jpg
       
     
leaks, ooze
       
     
leaks, ooze

Acrylic and Fabric Dye on Faux Fur, Silicone, Netting and Ceiling Foam, L:42 x W: 34 x H: 15”, 2017.

percolating
       
     
percolating

Medium: Acrylic on Faux Fur and Silver Pole

Size: 48 in x 118 in

2017

About the artist:

Liz Moore creates fiber installations and sculptures that explore the formal language of tactile materials in relationship to the female body. Moore's large scale sculptures attempt to negotiate the continuum of dichotomies often implicated in perceptions of the female body (along with the artist's self-perception) - such as visual and physical violence, grotesqueness vs. beauty, pain and pleasure, monumentality and levity/playfulness. Moore is currently completing her graduate studies at Washington University, St. Louis.