Cindy Stockton Moore

solo project 'an openness to all things lovely' currently on view at Glen Foerd on the Delaware
Shadow Tag opens March 5, 2021! Join us on-line for the opening reception. This new video project is a part of Data x Design 'Ground Truth' exhibition that is a part of Open Data Week. I am grateful to be working with Rachel Blake, John Stockton, Hoang Pham and Rachel Wetzel, exploring NYC's Open Data together - while apart.

Although busy with data, I am still actively foraging for inks for the Incantation series.  Two videos from the series were on view in the 'Breathe' exhibition at Shenandoah Valley Art Center- December 12,2020-January 23, 2020.

My installation - an openness to all things lovely remains at the historic Glen Foerd on the Delaware, Philadelphia PA. It opened in October 2019 and is still on-site, although visitation is impacted by COVID-19 restirctions.  Please check their revised schedule to plan your visit.You can read more about the project here.
Thanks to Edith Newhall for her thoughtful write-up in the Philadelphia Inquirer, This old place? Philly artists have fresh new takes on Laurel Hill Cemetery and Glen Foerd, December 13, 2019
My site specific installation Other Absences is still on view at Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia - although access may be limited at this time. The project has been extended through December 2020. You can read Peter Crimmins essay on 'Other Absences' for WHYY. Here is an article by Tom Deignan that examines the history behind the work in relationship to contemporary conversations around immigration.
In February 2019, I participated in The Chalkboard Chronicles at the ArtYard in Frenchtown, NJ - a temporary drawing project curated by Tom Judd. Here is more about my drawing and animation.