Since joining Cork’s Circus Factory in 2013, Moss has grown her circus and performance arts career from a strange little seed to a blooming tree.
Moss delights in communicating the neurodivergent experience through myriad mediums. She is a born storyteller using dance, prop manipulation, voice, songwriting, sexuality and clowning to communicate the complexity of her inner world and empathy for all creatures. Moss’s works exemplify autistic attention to detail, traversing the borders of liminal perception to create a unique and impactful aesthetic experience.
It all began with a hula hoop but now her works often feature art activism ranging from the wily and hilarious to thought provoking and insightful. She has worked with themes such as environmental, sex work, repeal the 8th, societal inequality and queer activism.
Some of her more notable performances include:
-Clonakilty Culture Night 2022
-Creepy Parade by artist Seiko Hayase
-Cork Culture Night 2021
-Tracton Arts Festival 2019
-Tribal Republic 2018
-WOW Women of the World festival Derry 2016
-Summerhouse festival 2017/18
Moss recently created the Slí Danu with Eimear Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh and Kateo Shea. Their performances are filled with a grá mór for the untold tales of Ireland.