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BODY COPY is a photo-text series exploring the performance of queer masculinities in digital culture.  


From a data set of one thousand lines of found text collected from male same-sex hook-up sites, Moreno chose 40 adverts and attempted to create "ideal" responses through self-portrait.


Acting as stylist, set decorator, subject and photographer, each image was made on a shoe-string budget in a corner of the artist's flat.


Moreno is in recovery from body dysmorphic and eating disorders, and the project began as a means of addressing the crisis of being photographed and of seeing themselves.


Moving beyond the psychotherapeutic, the series explores how queer masculinities are unstable constructions, rooted in material and digital cultures and inextricably linked to the interests of neoliberalism.


2023   Circulation(s), Paris, France

2023   Head On, Sydney, Australia 

2023   Bibliothèque Levi Strauss, Paris, France

2022   Preus National Museum of Photography, Horten, Norway

2021   Photofusion, London, UK (solo show)

2021   Ballarat International Foto Biennale, Ballarat, Australia

2020   Singapore International Photo Festival, Singapore

2020   Copenhagen Photo Festival, Denmark

2020   Emergentes at Encontros da Imagem, Portugal


2023   Polka (France): essay by Leonor Matet

2022   Lens Culture: essay by Joanna Cresswell 

2021   LOUPE (cover and lead feature): interview by Megan Wilson De Le Mare

2021   Photomonitor: exhibition review by Ricardo Reveron Blanco 

2019   British Journal of Photography 

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