Park Place Window Project

Starting September 6

The Shirley Fiterman Art Center presents a special project in its gallery window facing onto Park Place featuring a site-specific work by Natalie Moore, entitled Highways and Byways. Moore’s current body of work is created with woven stainless steel wire. Moore methodically builds wire grids, line by line, embracing both the process of repetition and the inherent flaws embedded in her process. Moore then paints her works, transforming the cold, hardness of the steel to create objects that evoke both the natural and the man-made, resembling topographies ravaged by wind, rain, and time, or a CAD wire-frame diagram gone awry.

Natalie Moore is an artist working in Brooklyn, NY whose primary practice is sculpture and installation. Her work is often described at an intersection between drawing and sculpture. She is interested in the transformation of materials and visual perception. Her work often employs traditional craft techniques with new materials and methodologies. She has been featured on CNN international, and her work has been written about in the New York Times, New York Post, and New York Newsday. Moore has been featured in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally. She received her Bachelors of Art from the University of California, Santa Cruz and her Master’s degree from NYU. Moore is currently the Assistant Chairperson of the Foundation program at Pratt Institute, where she has been teaching for many years.