Colin Moore explores emotions and relationships between people and the world they live in. His work represents the common human experience, with all its myths and frailties. He captures that sense of transience in the ephemeral quality of his sculptures, which viewers will notice when moving around or through them.
Aware that we perceive three-dimensional objects using a primary part of the brain that creates a visceral memory, Moore uses objects and space to communicate feelings. His intention is to invite the viewer to be present and accept the moment with trust, whether fabulous or futile—it is perfect just as it is.