For his first solo exhibition at Gallery Diet, Miami-based designer Emmett Moore will be presenting a series of limited edition furniture objects. This body of work continues his investigation into natural and man-made patterns that draw out the differences between reality and illusion, façade, and structure. Moore uses the tenets of furniture fabrication to draw attention to construction methods and the geometric references in the natural patterns of his chosen materials.
In the Projects Room, the exhibition continues with a collaboration between Emmett Moore, Chris Johnson, and Conor Klein. This ongoing project spans three cities; Miami, London, and New York bringing form to conversations about the role of appearances and tradition in design culture and exploring the way illusion plays into functional objects.
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(Emmett Moore, Granite Octagon (Natural), 2012, Birch plywood, digital print, 38.5 x 38.5 x .75"; Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Diet.)
More about Emmett Moore (b. 1988, Miami, Fl)
Emmett Moore is an artist and designer specializing in furniture born in 1988 in Miami, where he lives and works. He attended Design and Architecture Senior High in Miami’s Design District and completed a BFA in Furniture Design at Rhode Island School of Design in Providence. Recent exhibitions include a solo project with the Tom El-Saieh Presents project in Wynwood Arts District, Miami 2011. He has also been included in group exhibitions at Primary Flight His Wife, Her Lover in 2011 and at Praxis International, Home: Dream Home. Moore works with the design team of Architecture at Large in New York and for custom design projects for OHWOW Gallery in Los Angeles, CA (formerly of Miami, FL)
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Education: BFA Rhode Island School of Design, 2010. Design and Architecture Senior High, 2006.
Further information here...(ArtSlant Profile) (Artist's Website)
(Image on top: Emmett Moore, Sliced Parallelepiped Lights (detail), 2012, Maple plywood, Formica, paint, hardware, 40 x 16 x 7 in; Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Diet.)