Artist's Statement

My work is birthed from the visions I see during meditation. In that quiet observation of the still space, I discover flickers of insight, images in my mind’s eye that illustrate our true divine nature. I often feel guided to a spiritually charged landscape that transcends the physical realm and allows me to play with the unseen during these sacred visits.  Using Photography, I make the unseen, seen.

This is the challenging aspect of my practice, to articulate the experiences of the poetic invisible using a medium originally designed for evidence gathering, documentary reporting, and truth telling.  By digitally altering the image, I share the experience of what is true on a personal level, through both seemingly impossible portraits and landscapes.  In “Nous” the subject’s surface identity is stripped away to reveal the true essence animating all of us.  Beneath our Ego, behind the illusion of the Self, is a force we all share - it is where we come from, what we are made of, and what connects us to the whole.  The word “Nous” is British slang for Common Sense, as well as the Greek word for intuition, intelligence, and Cosmic Mind; Plato used the word to mean Awareness; in French it simply translates as We.  

Ultimately I wish to inspire the same sense of awe that I feel in that quiet, blissful stillness.  I create visual meditations for the viewer to relax into, and perhaps to discover their own truths within.  In this way, my work begins and ends with meditation – I sit, I watch, I transcribe.  The work is complete when it becomes a meditation in itself.

Artist's CV

Brighitta Moser-Clark
Born USA, 1981.
Based in London, UK.

2007   Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Photography, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts
2004   Foundation Studies in Photography, Corcoran College of Art + Design, Washington, DC

2016    Screening of "It Begins with a Dot..." for Yoga @ Sunshine International Arts, London, UK
2015    Screening of “It Begins with a Dot...” for New Year’s Day Yoga & Film, TripSpace, London, UK
2014    Peaches & Cream IV Finalists, Millennium Images, DreamSpace Gallery, London, UK
            The Spirit of the Himalaya, Ananya Regency, Kashipur, India
2012    Group Show, The China Shop Gallery at Turl Street, Oxford, UK     
2011     Brighitta Moser-Clark, Maynard Leigh Project Space, London, UK (Solo)
            Colourful World, Il Borgo Gallery, Milan, Italy    
2010    Music of The Spheres, Colorida Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal (Solo)
           State of The Art, The Shop Gallery, Cambridge, UK     
2009  Hunting The Phoenix, presented by artisjustaword, OVADA Gallery, Oxford, UK
           Impossible Exchange, Frieze Art Fair, London, UK
           Showcase, 1001, London, UK
           Inaugural Show, PH74 Gallery, Madrid, Spain    
2008  Brainstorm II, Lolapoloza Gallery, Oxford, UK
           Group Show, Lolapoloza Gallery, Oxford, UK    
2007   Degree Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London, UK    
2006   Let Me Be Your Mirror, Lolapoloza Gallery, Oxford, UK (Solo)
           Group Show, The Red Gate Gallery, London, UK    
2005  Resolution, The Royal Institution of Great Britain, London, UK
2014    PECAH, Manila, Uttarakhand, India

Grup Guem, Andorra
John Radcliffe Hospitals Trust, UK
Le Clou Dans Le Mur, France
The Royal Institution of Great Britain
University of the Arts Permanent Collection, UK

2017    Junko Journal, Brighitta Moser-Clark, In the Land of Hidden People (for Issue 2, Iceland)

2017    Junko Journal, Issue 2, Iceland, published in London, UK
2016    New Scientist, 27 August 2016, Culture, We are Gods of the Future, (print copy) published Worldwide
2015    Kindred Spirit Magazine, March/April Featured Artist, published in London, UK
            Fotoautomat Magazine, Issue 2, published in Santiago, Chile and London, UK
2013    Spirit Magazine, published in London, UK
2012    Art Chronika 10, published in Moscow, Russia
2010    Aesthetica Creative Works Annual, published in UK
2009   Milk Magazine, vol. 405, published in Hong Kong

2010    esMadridTV, PH74 Gallery review and interview