Jazz Moreton is a socially-engaged artist who is concerned with socio-political themes such as the ways that marginalised groups struggle to be accepted as part of mainstream society. Moreton works in a variety of mediums ranging from the rebellious medium of Performance to the often-ignored disabled voice.
Moreton graduated with first-class Honours in Fine Art from the University of Gloucestershire in 2017.
CV & Education
October-November 2019 'Discursive Ability' (audio-based work at Coventry Biennial of Contemporary Art)
July 2019 'Discursive Ability' (exhibited work in progress- performed version- at The Row, Coventry)
April 2019- present 'Discursive Ability' Nest Residency at Coventry Artspace
August 2019 'Goo' (spoken word performance at The Tin, Coventry)
August 2018 'Power. Fall.' & '1, 2; 1, 2' (performances at ArtsAdmin's Toynbee Studios, London)
April 2018 'Learning to Juggle' (performance at DrawIN Festival, Brighton)
June 2017 'Our Hands Are Tied' (performance at the University of Gloucestershire's degree show