Stuart Moore is a filmmaker and sound artist based in Plymouth UK. Stuart’s work screens internationally and he has won awards from London Short Film Festival and two SW Media Innovation Awards. He is currently a 3D3 AHRC-funded doctoral researcher whose PhD inquiry focuses on personal archives, film and memory. His research aims to gain an understanding through practice of the ways in which specificities of materiality and presentation contexts manifest memory in the present.
Stuart is an Associate Lecturer at Plymouth University with a background in community video and broadcast TV. He is a partner in Sundog Media which produced the experimental dance film Heaven is a Place in partnership with Pride in Plymouth 2014.
A recent month-long artists’ residency in the old city of Nicosia, Cyprus – supported by NiMAC and Land/Water – will result in a collaborative essay film in 2018 on the stasis and porosity of the UN Buffer Zone on the divided island.