Dr Mosely’s art practice contributes to the fields of print culture, artists books and haptic aesthetics. His work has been exhibited in significant survey exhibitions and is held in prominent national and international artists books collections.
His current research focus, the haptic and artists books, draws on the autographic and the indexical nature of prints to address the role of the senses in the reception and evaluation of art. His creative studio output and writing contributes to the emerging critical discourse on artists books and includes; re/membering touch – a solo exhibition at the State Library of Queensland in 2014, Behind the Personal Art Library: Collectors Creating the Canon - a juried exhibition at the Centre for Book Arts, NY 2014, The Contained Narrative: Defining the Contemporary Artist’s Book - a curated exhibition at the Minnesota Center for Book Arts in 2015, "A definitive haptic practice and a methodological model for and artists book practice" – published in the proceedings of the 2015 IMPACT 8 conference, and "The Book of Laughing and Crying" published in The Blue Notebook, 2012.
Printmaking and print culture