Laura Moore (b.1979) is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice is rooted in sculpture. The artist works primarily in stone, although her practice extends into mold making, wood carving, drawing and photography. Moore received an MFA from York University and a BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Recent exhibitions include Replika/Replica at Babel Visningsrom for Kunst in Trondheim, Norway (2017), one man’s junk at the McLaren Art Centre (2016), Sculpture by the Sea in Aarhus, Denmark (2015), Material World at the Indianapolis Art Centre in Indiana (2015), TH&B UNITED at the Cotton Factory in Hamilton (2015) and Possible Futures: What is to be done? The Windsor-Essex Triennial of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of Windsor (2014). Moore’s sculptures have been installed in numerous public settings, most notably at Google in Kitchener as part of the Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener and Area Biennial (CAFKA) in 2014. Her work has been acquired by the Bank of Montreal, Fanshawe College, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, Thames Art Gallery and the Leaside Sculpture Trail. Moore is a transient member of Studio Pescarella in Pietrasanta, Italy and she is represented by Zalucky Contemporary in Toronto, Canada.