Literary Nonfiction. Art. 87 PICTURES OF THE MOON THAT DIDN'T TURN OUT AS EXPECTED …are exactly what you'll find in this strange memorial to an intertwined romantic relationship and a photography project, neither of which panned out for the author, Adam Moser. Or, rather, you'll find 82 photographs. 5 of the originals were omitted because, as Moser writes in his closing essay, "they were duplicates or just didn't make the cut." All photographs were taken with Moser's Samsung Galaxy SII. The images in the book are the exact dimensions of that phone's screen.
Adam Moser's work is experiential in nature. From trying out for Major League Baseball to producing feature length documentaries, Moser examines and celebrates situations and communities that are often overlooked. He has presented work at The Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Culture Center at UCLA, Grand Central Art Center, The Portland Art Museum, The University of Wisconsin-Marathon County, Raygun Projects, The University of Southern Queensland, Open Engagement, and Conflux Festival. He holds an MFA in Art & Social Practice from Portland State University. He is cofounder and codirector of the Likewise Bartender in Residence program in Portland, OR.
Author City: Portland, OR USA