Interdisciplinary artist Kathryn Cellerini Moore is a nerd who collaborates with architecture, landscape, and communities to create space for people to reflect on our collective multifacetedness and potential. Blending her training in both the arts and sciences, Cellerini Moore points to the invisible or unnoticed wonders that surround us every day, and offers viewers a space to be curious.  


Kathryn Cellerini Moore's artwork was curated into the Month of Performance Art in Berlin, Germany, the Does Live Art Have to Be Experienced Live? performance art series at SOIL Gallery in Seattle, WA, and the experimental performance event Collective Becoming: Expressions of Love, Freedom and Resistance at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. Her work was exhibited in venues including The Art and History Museum in Maitland, FL; Gallery 114 in Portland, OR; The Schneider Museum of Art in Ashland, OR; The McDonough Museum of Art in Youngstown, OH; The Center of Contemporary Art (CoCA) in Seattle, WA; and Hunter College Times Square Gallery in NY, NY. During the COVID pandemic, Cellerini Moore’s work has been included in international exhibitions hosted by The Stable Gallery in Hampshire, UK, Fronteer Gallery in Sheffield, UK, and the Pragmata Collective based in London, UK. Cellerini Moore presented her research at the first Mokuhanga Conference in Kyoto and Awaji, Japan, and was an artist-in-residence at PLAYA Summer Lake, TEDx, and Djerassi Artist Residency Program. In 2020, Moore joined the Oregon Art Commission’s Art in Public Places roster and will be joining the NES Artist Residency in 2023 to study the aurora borealis.