Joe Moran

Ridic

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Year 2024
Medium Spray paint, pen and card on paper
Dimensions 29.7 x 21 cm

About the work

Drawing is an established part of Joe Moran’s choreographic work often deployed as instructional scores or a means of documenting, processing or thinking. Since 2018, he has experimented with extending this practice in the spirit of expanded choreography – addressing the choreographic as form, subject and discipline that may be distinct from dance and dancing. His drawing practice has evolved to include working in spray paint across varying media and scales.

Joe Moran is a British-Irish artist and choreographer based in London with a wide-ranging practice incorporating performance, critical writing, drawing, curation, advocacy and film. His work centres the body and embodied presence as a site of complex subjectivities and political unrest with queering frequently deployed as its principal critical strategy. Joe’s work is informed by a background in improvisation and experimentation, and a fascination with the problems and opportunities of formal choreographic composition and notions of expanded choreography.

Career Highlights

Materiality Will Be Rethought (performance and film), Le Musée Transitoire, Paris, France (2023)
Its contours, Its movements, Fest en Fest, APT Gallery, London, UK (2022)
Materiality Will Be Rethought (film), Best Choreography Award, Mexico City International Video Dance Festival, Mexico (2022);
Rencontres Internationales, Paris, France (2022);
Haus der Kulturen der Wel, Berlin, Germany (2022);
Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK (2020)
Arrangement, Tanzfestival Winterthur, Switzerland (2022);
Tanzhaus NRW, Düsseldorf, Germany (2022);
Tanzwerkstatt Europa, Munich, Germany (2022);
Sadler’s Wells, London UK (2019);
Thirst, NottDance festival, Nottingham Contemporary, Nottingham, UK (2019);
A Setup, fig-futures, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, UK (2018) (with sculptor Eva Rothschild).

← Mariette Moor

hum

Simon Moretti →

Untitled (The Infernal Machine)

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