In my art I aim to create a space into which the participant can project their imagination and to some extent determine their own experience. I am interested in exploring the new parameters in which art can operate, opened through advances in technology. I believe that reality is constantly evolving. We create and reinforce realities boundaries. It is my assertion that through art I can shape the sensory experience to distort reality, understand its constraints and potentially subvert it. By subverting reality I hope to foster a sense of the possible for participants and viewers of my work.
My installations combine emerging digital technology with traditional art and elemental symbols.
The Romantics have informed my art in regards to; their legitimization of individual imagination and creativity, their techniques to inspire awe and the sublime and emphasis on the scientist’s role in discovery, nature and Art.
Philippa Jones has people wondering what’s real and what’s not with her newest art show, Tara Bradbury, The Telegram
What Is the New Newfoundland Dream? Canadian Art Magazine, Lisa Moore
Mapping the Contours of Atlantic Canada through Art By Shannon Moore, National Gallery of Canada Magazine