multimedia artist, using film and sound, performance, found objects, printmaking, and installations.
      practice looks at B/black diasporas, particularly women, and their connection to memory, myth, and land.    
            uses geology, fiction and technology to imagine possible futures and their necessary histories, which cast a critical eye on capitalism and environmental consumption.    
                tries to imagine what may have been forgotten and where we (as a global community) might be going.                        

sustain: a posture
16 Nicholson Street Gallery, 2022

featuring Joanna Bémont and Phoenix Archer

Two Black womxn take up various postures from upright, to leaning, and prone on the ground. Moira retells statistical likliehoods for black women in the United States (where she and her mother are from) like a guided meditation, or a game.

They relay the biases and disparities within data and systems of care for brown women.

Created for the exhibition Needs and Freedoms, at 16 Nicholson Street Gallery, Glasgow, 2022, with support from Creative Scotland.