Twenty-eight year old, Contemporary American artist, Moses, currently lives and produces artwork in St. Louis, Missouri. He works from a studio located amidst the industrial warehouses of this rust belt city, creating large works of art from mass-produced objects.
Moses’ most recent series titled, The Audiophile Series, are over-the-top artworks fantastically resembling mega-sound systems. These constructions from old speakers, turntables, boomboxes, even cars, epitomize avant-garde American expression and reflect the hip-hop culture that drives style trends worldwide.
In 2006, Moses had his first solo museum show at the Contemporary Museum St. Louis. Taking the city by storm, The Audiophile Series exhibit gained significant local and international press. Moses’ artwork appeared on the cover of St. Louis’ premiere weekly newspaper, the Riverfront Times, and he was subject for the feature article. In a review of the exhibition, art critic Ivy Cooper, wrote, “He has the potential to be big-league.” Most recently, his work was featured in the international publication, Intersection Magazine.
As Moses continues to work on his next exhibition, which will speak about what it means to be an American, he has plans to show in galleries in New York City and Los Angeles.