TV Moore works in multiple disciplines from film, painting, animation, photography, installation, sculpture, sound and theatrics. His practice engages in a variety of material, using various tropes drawn from modernism, cinema and experimental film.

His subjects are just as often art historical as they are the distorted fictions of popular culture. 

Using psychological space, performance, narrative and non-narrative structures, Moore operates in myriad worlds, where there are stories within stories. He is interested in the space between the real and the unreal.
The Australian-born artist enjoys the melodrama found in humor, using aesthetic forms to visualize the truth hidden behind the superficiality of the familiar, or the meaning behind the joke. In Moore's work, the abstract returns to the real, in order to represent it as a matrix of social desires equally absurd and sublime.

His experimental, low fi & decadent works are characterized by an overriding complexity, where tromp l'oeil lurks in the shadows.

TV Moore received his MFA from the California Institute of the Arts in 2006. His work has been shown in private and public institutions worldwide, and has been included in such International exhibitions as the Busan Biennale (South Korea), the Turin Triennale (Italy), as well as the 16th Biennale of Sydney to name a few.

His most recent solo museum exhibition With Love and Squalor at the Australian Center for Contemporary Art (ACCA) was a stand out.

Moore has received numerous awards and his work is held in private and public collections such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney, the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the John Kaldor Collection. Moore's contribution to the 16th Biennale of Sydney: Revolutions - forms that turn (Australia, 2008) "Escape Carnival" is now permanently installed on Cockatoo Island, Sydney. He received an Australia council for the arts fellowship in 2012 and won the Anne Landa award for new media in 2009.