Artists >> Shuster & Moseley
Claudia Moseley and Edward Shuster are conceptual artists working in sculpture and installation. Their practice explores the nature of perception and embodiment, investigating light-time, technological mediation and the instrumentation of optics and geometry. The artists met on a protest site in the Brecon Beacons in Wales, where they began their collaboration inhabiting a tree, which led to a series of works of social sculpture, immersive installation and public pavilions in sites ranging from squats and peripheral architectural spaces to public parks. Now married, living and working in London and various sites across Europe, their current work spans large-scale installation, public pavilions and sculpture.
Claudia studied Fine Art & Textiles at Goldsmiths University before completing a Masters in Environmental Anthropology at Kent University. Edward is a PhD researcher in Philosophy, Art and Critical Thought at the European Graduate School. He studied Eastern and Continental Philosophy at SOAS London following which he completed a Masters in Western Esotericism at Exeter University and research in geometry at The Princes School of Traditional Arts through a Farjam Scholarship. They are both RSA fellows.