Artist based in London and Essex

b. 1991




2015-17 - MA Sculpture, Royal College of Art, with Distinction in Critical and Historical Studies (dissertation)


2013 - BA Painting, Camberwell College of Arts, First Class



Solo Exhibitions/Events


2019 - Jerwood Staging Series, event focused on slapstick comedy, absurdities and feminisms. Including a Panel Discussion performance between Moss and Elise Atangana, Roshanak Khakban, Ruidi Mu, Anna Smolak and chaired by Dr Chantal Faust. There were also two screening programmes of Moss' short videos and overlooked early silent cinema films with female protagonists. Curated by Harriet Cooper and Lauren Houlton, Jerwood Visual Arts, London


2019 - From the Sublime to the Ridiculous, curated by Anna Bargiel, Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow, 25th Jan - March 31st.

         - Screening of International Waters, Bunkier Sztuki, Friday 1st March



Group Exhibitions/Events


2019 - (Upcoming) Depictions of Living - Art and Activism in time of climate crisis, group exhibition curated by Roshanak Khakban, The Art Pavilion, Mile End, London.


2019 - Open House, Open Door, group exhibition during Open House London Architecture Weekend. An exhibition of proposals for a new front door for PEER Gallery, Hoxton, by the PEER Ambassador group (ages 17-24) that Moss has been teaching over the last six months. Curated by Alice White, Curator for Local Audiences, and Rebecca Moss


2019 - 24th Gabrovo Biennial of Humour and Satire in Art, theme: Dimensions of Publicness, Museum of Humour and Satire, Gabrovo, Bulgaria, selected by Vasif Kortun, Berta Sichel and Anton Staykov


2019 - YIKES! A celebration of awkward performance. Live art and moving image event, organised by Cameryn Moore and Sandra Sordini, Berlin. Mon 25th March


2019 - Screening of International Waters, Department of Visual Art of the Antwerp Academy


2018 - TBCTV - screening of three works as part of a moving image installation by artists Mel Brimfield, Ewan Jones Morris and Chloe Lamford. The installation, set up like a tv studio, brought together visual art performance and theatre. Lancaster Rooms, Somerset House, Frieze Week, 3th - 7th Oct


2018 - The Fourplay Conceptual Theatre Group invited playwrights to make work in response to the video High Tide (Sausage). The work was screened, and the performances shown, in Paris, on the 8th and 9th of June


2018 - The Bomb Factory Artist Film Festival screening of all past participants, Art Week Exeter


2018 - Screening of artist moving image work, with Victoria Sin, Pedro Moreira, Guy Oliver, Victoria Kadan, Natalia Skobeeva, Maria Kapajeva, Milo Creese, Mustafa Boga, Kineret Lourie & Vanessa Da Silva. Pacto artist collective @ Deptford Cinema, curated by Natalia Skobeeva. 19th February


2017/18 - Directing the Real: Artists’ Films and Video in the 2010s, selected and curated by Leonardo Bigazzi. Touring exhibition dates:

- Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Florence. 14th Nov – 10th December 17

- Passerelle Centre d'art Contemporain, Brest. 3rd February - 28th April 18


2017 - Gstaadfilm International Festival for Short Art Films, Centro Cultural Terminal Goes, Uruguay, 10th November


2017 - Wide Open at SMU Meadows School of the Arts Pollock Gallery, Dallas, Texas. Group show curated by Sofia Bastidas (SMU Pollock Gallery Director) and Guillermo Leon Gomez. 3rd November – 2nd December


2017 - 23 Days at Sea Container Ship Residency Exhibition, Access Gallery, Vancouver. September 9th - October 28th


2017 - Harvest Short Film Shortlist, Food, Farming and the Land, Lower Hewood Farm, Dorset. Selected by Robin Baker (Head Curator for the BFI National Film Archive), Hope Dickson Leach (filmmaker) and Robert Macfarlane (writer) Sat 21st October


2017 - Premiers Films festival, Malakoff, Paris 14 -27 August


2017 - Future Generation Art Prize 21 shortlisted artists at the Palazzo Contarini Polignac, Venice Biennale, 11 May - 13 August


2017 - MA Degree show, Royal College of Art


2017 - A BROKEN LINK, Video screening of Power Ballad at Golden Age Cinema with Rose Butler, Chunky Mark, Tom Dale, Hollington & Kyprianou, Thomson & Craighead, Sarah Sparkes, Richard T Walker. Sydney, Australia, 28 May


2017 - Future Generation Art Prize shortlist exhibition, PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, 25 February – 16 April.


2017 - RCA Sculpture group show response to the Joachim Koester exhibition, Camden Arts Centre, London


2017 - Stick or Twist at Castlefield Gallery, Manchester. Group show with Richie Moment, Aaron Clixby, Jeremy Willett, Daisy Forster, Phoebe Baines, Kieran Leach, Joel Chan and Richard Hughes.


2016 - The Bomb Factory Autumn Artist Film Festival, London


2016 - OTHER, curated by the RCA Feminist Society, Courtyard Gallery 1, RCA, London


2016 - POMP, group show with Graham Clemie, Patrick Colhoun, Richard Ducker, Timothy Holt, Graham Hudson, Clare Mitten, Catriona Robertson, Alice Steffen, Amy Stephens, Ben Woodeson at Safehouse 1 and 2, Peckham, London


2016 - RCA/ECA Exchange Show, Edinburgh Sculpture Courts


2016 - Work in Progress (WIP) Show, Royal College of Art


2015/16 - The Forum Big Screen, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea


2015 - Test Space, Spike Island, Bristol. Group show selected by Gordon Dalton (Artist and Independent Curator), Kypros Kyprianou (Spike Island Studio Artist) and Juliet Lennox (Spike Island Assistant Curator)


2014 - The Tomorrow People, group show selected and curated by Elevator Gallery, London


2013 - CAISSA Rising Artists - Today Art Museum, Beijing


2013 - More or Less - Peckham Springs, group show with May Hands and Jack Wilkinson, London


2013 - Leverhulme Art Scholars show, selected by Gareth Bell-Jones, Lotte Juul-Petersen and Bryony Graham. Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge


2013 - Woon Art Prize finalists at Gallery North (BALTIC 39 and Northumbria University) Newcastle. Group show curated by Christine Borland


2013 - Film screening at Flat Time House, Peckham, London





2016 - 23 Days at Sea Container Ship Residency, Access Gallery, Vancouver


Oct 2013 to Oct 2014 - UAL Lifeboat Studio Residency Award with Joe Twinn, Liam Magee and Brigitte Mierau (supported by Artquest, ArtsTemps, ACAVA studios) A year-long residency with studio visits by Robin Klassnik, Attilia Fattori Franchini and Lucy Day


2013 - Leverhulme Scholarship summer school residency at Wysing Arts Centre, on the theme of 'Hidden Systems and Structures.' Including mentoring by Cally Spooner, Mark Aerial Waller, and Laurence Epps





2019 - (Current) PEER Notices commissioned artist, PEER Gallery, Hoxton, London. Working with 17-23 year old PEER Ambassadors to develop site-responsive public artworks in the local east London area, with a project proposed by Moss called 'Zero Budget,' being inventive and resourceful with everyday materials and circumstances.


2017 - Future Generation Art Prize, PinchukArtCentre, Kiev, shortlisted


2016 - Villiers David Travel Award, RCA


2016 - The Annex Collection Acquisition Award, TACUK, shortlisted


2015 - Essex Community Foundation Grant to support Masters degree at the RCA


2015 - Commission for sculptural intervention on the Bristol Channel coast, Somerset Art Works


2015 - Gilbert Bayes Charitable Trust Grant for Lions Project


2015 - The Elephant Trust Grant for Lions Project


2013 - Woon Art Prize (BALTIC 39 and Northumbria University), Judges' Discretionary Award



Talks and Teaching


2019 - UCA Farnham Visiting Artist Presentation


2018 - Digifest video workshop, responding to the Get Out and Push! exhibition, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea


2018 - Artist presentation in conversation with Anna Smolak at Bunkier Sztuki, Kraków, Poland


2017 - Digifest video workshop, responding to the Maximum Overdrive exhibition, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea


2015 - Writtle College,  visiting artist for the BA Fine Art students, Essex, invited by Michael Szpakowski


2014 - Lifeboat Residency Seminar, Camberwell College of Arts



Publications/ Press




- Interview with Bird in Flight magazine


- Artist profile on the PinchukArtCentre website for the the Future Generation Art Prize



2016 - Selected 23 Days at Sea Press

- The Guardian: 'Bobbing aimlessly': container shipper's collapse leaves British artist all at sea


- E-Flux: Bankrupt container ship strands artist on residency in Pacific Ocean


- Hyperallergic: Artist-in-Residence Stranded at Sea on Bankrupt Container Ship


- Artnet News: Artist Stranded at Sea During Container Ship Residency


- Vice: The Creators Project. The Artists Residency That Would Not End


- CBC Arts: A young artist is stuck at sea, and it might be the best thing that's ever happened to her


- The Telegraph: British artist savours the 'irony' as she is stranded in Pacific Ocean after collapse of shipping firm


- Dazed Digital: A British artist is stranded on a boat in the open Pacific


- Wall Street Journal: Hanjin’s Stranded Ships Contain One Absurdist Filmmaker


- The Times: Absurdist artist suffers an overload of inspiration on slow boat to China


2015 - The State of Art, Installation and Site Specific #2, Bare Hill Publishing


2012 - Aspidistra Magazine, Issue X, Sci-Fi Special, p.59