Kim Morgan is a sculptor/installation artist whose practice incorporates techniques, materials and technologies, from a wide range of disciplines. Her main theoretical interests are spatial relationships and phenomenology. Working primarily in installation, site /context-specific, and public art, Morgan’s recent work involves the creation of interdisciplinary public art projects in collaboration with engineers and scientists. Within this context, the work explores the impact of technology on people’s perceptions of time and space, and the shifting boundaries between the private and the public.
Born and raised in Saskatchewan, Morgan received a B.A in Literature from McGill University, a B.F.A in Sculpture/Installation, The School of Visual Arts, NYC and an MFA from the University of Regina, Saskatchewan. She arrived in Halifax in 2008 to teach at NSCAD University.
Please visit Kim Morgan's website www.kimmorgan.ca
2004 MFA, University of Regina, Sculpture/Installation, Extended Media.
1992 BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York City, Sculpture/Installation
1988 BA, McGill University, Montreal, English Literature