Aidan Moesby is an artist, curator and writer who explores civic and personal wellbeing through a body of work that is at once playful, intimate, questioning and deeply human. His practice is socially engaged, working extensively within arts and health with a particular interest in the spaces where art, technology and wellbeing intersect. Equally likely to be found beyond formal arts institutions as within them, his practice includes both Disability Arts and mainstream representation particularly where art, wellbeing and technology intersect. He has produced work in media including, but not limited to, text, installations, interventions in the public realm, film, sound, sculpture and performance. All his work is supported by a public programme of events, talks and discussions. In 2021 Moesby was the first Disabled Curator in Residence at Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art, a year long professional curatorial development culminating in a public programme and exhibition. His work ‘Sagacity – The Periodic Table of Emotions’, a large scale interactive digital installation, has been shown at venues from the Wellcome Trust to COP26. Moesby has worked, exhibited and curated nationally and internationally working with partners such as Dundee Contemporary Arts, The United Nations, Disability Arts Online, The British Council, NUK (NO.), ANAT (AUS), Kulttuuria Kaikille (SUO).