Jamie Moore is an audio-visual artist, gallery technician and musician based in central London.
He most recently designed and installed the sound and projection for Nero: the man behind the myth at The British Museum. He is also working on an album recorded on a 4-track cassette recorder, utilising classical guitar, synthesiser, field recordings and abrupt changes in song structure.
Jamie's next EP, recorded with his brother as The Family Band, is due to be released very soon.
As an audio-visual artist I look to the work of the past for inspiration. My practice draws from different art and academia to channel ideologies, themes and theoretical concepts of the past into something new. I am interested in the exploitation of non-linear human perceptions of time, drawing out singular instances into extended moments of calm.
As a musician and producer I look to convey a kind of honest subjectivity. I am interested in rhythmic and harmonic tensions between parts rather than virtuosity, as well as the combination of vertical listening practices and more standard songwriting to create texturally lush, fleeting moments, within a cohesive form.