Ben Moore - Curator of the 'Art in the Age of Now' Exhibition #ArtThursdays
The very talented Ben Moore talks us through his achievements in a world where artistry thrives!
Written by Tasnim H.
He has established himself as the curator of the ‘Art in the Age of Now’ exhibition in Fulham town hall to produce an immersive experience for the public as Moore has created a fusion of creative spaces so that unique sets of masterpieces can be installed by a multitude of artists including himself.
According to the renowned curator, each room’s aesthetic has been inspired by its own history and atmosphere to stimulate the general artistic theme of each space. The Grand Hall is where Ben Moore’s most personal project takes place and it's seemingly very close to his heart which is a scaled-down replica of Stonehenge as he’s been familiar with this prehistoric monument since his early days.
As a result of the global pandemic, Moore observed two types of artists that emerged during the national lockdown as he claimed that some felt they had their ball in their court which gave them more time to grow as an artist and be inclined to develop new creative ideas. In contrast, many artists had undergone periods of loneliness and demotivation which translated into them experiencing a creative block in their career.
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