jake moore

jake moore is an intermedia artist who creates complex immersive and interactive installations, critical scholarship, and curatorial work. She’s worked as a research assistant to Barbara Layne at studio subTELA, was research coordinator at Matralab under Sandeep Bhagwati, both within the Hexagram Institute and has exhibited her work throughout Québec and Canada, most recently at the Québec Triennial at the Musée d’art contemporain in Montréal. She has been a participant in Studio XX as Interim Program Coordinator, editorial collective member and contributor to .dpi, and is currently Director of the FOFA Gallery and a part time faculty member at Concordia University, variously with the Department of Design and Computation Arts, or Studio Arts.

She has worked as Interim Programming Coordinator at Studio XX: and as a regular contributor and editorial collective member of dpi. an online journal dedicated to new media and feminist interaction. During the TransCanada Pipeline Tour, jake presented from strand to structure in which she discussed the historical evolution and development of weaving, computation, and the archive. She discussed the potential for a feminist historiography and the difficult beauty of polyvalent social histories.