During the week of September 2 to 6, 2019 Britt Moseley was our Electronic Media Film AIR. Britt worked largely with camera recording directly to hard disc. He recorded performances of visual foley landscapes. The IEA is within NYSCC College of Ceramics and thanks to the Division of Ceramics, Britt had access to a mix of clay slip. The mixer was low on battery so Britt had a custom batch Alfred “lumpy” slip to use as material to build his diorama landscapes. He then used custom build electronics to perform atmospheric puppetry, simulating sunrises, sunsets and moon lit landscapes and transforming seascapes. Britt also made a series Mandala type image processing video recordings in the IEA studio. A final project was a live camera installation / performance for the Immersive Gallery, three full-wall projection system.
Britt Moseley is a multi-disciplinary artist who works in performance and sculpture. Originally from Colorado, he went east to receive a BFA from Pratt Institute and show his performances and sculpture at the St. Ann’s Warehouse (NY), Hammer Museum (CA), LaMama ETC.(NY), Three Four Three Four (solo exhibition)(NY), Phipps Conservatory (PA), Silas Marder Gallery (NY), the Long Island Nature Conservancy (NY), Pratt Institute (NY), Jane Hartsook Gallery(NY), Dekalb Gallery(NY), among others. He co-creates an improvised music and comedy podcast Poppa Squash with Sean Petell.