The intricate art of TV Moore has come to Melbourne at ACCA. Moore is a multimedia artist who is based in New York. The very weird and deep artworks that Moore has created can be interpreted and looked at in many different ways. ‘Art’ is a very broad term and Moore’s artworks have often been ridiculed about not being real art.
Moore’s artwork is really amazing and it is really weird. The mixed media paintings that he has created are something to see, the primary colours of the space in which the artworks are found really compliment and add more depth to the artworks. Standing far away you might begin to understand what Moore is trying to achieve but coming towards the artwork and standing right in front of it makes you re-think and you remember that it is all abstract, it is all beautiful. There was one painting that I really loved and every time I looked at it I learnt something new about it. When I first looked at it I just saw it at a few bits of paint on a canvas in a cool room with bright blue tiles and bright red carpet, but coming closer towards it I saw that it wasn’t paint but in fact it was photographs or photo copies of paint layered on top of each other to create a sense of deep space in the artwork. There appeared to be multiple layers on the artwork and if you looked close enough you could very clearly see two eyes starring right at you. The whole collection of When cats dream of everything is very stunning and reminds me of why I absolutely love modern art. The animation part of the exhibition was very confronting and once again, very weird. I definitely recommend going to have a look at the exhibition while it is on (15 August - 27 September 2015)