“All the work I’ve ever done has always been about interacting with natural processes and then reacting to what those natural processes do. So it’s a constant, back-and-forth process until the painting is finished,” Moses explains.
Citing Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey as an early influence on his visual sensibility, Moses recalls how that film—and how he saw it—went on to inform his own work. “Seeing 2001 at the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood when I was a kid blew my mind,” he says. “There was something about being completely immersed in something, rather than just having it be frontal. I never forgot that.”