Nicole Morris

Untitled Study (morning light through the curtain)

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Year 2020
Medium Batik on calico
Dimensions 29.6 x 22.8 cm

About the work

Untitled study (morning light through the curtain) belongs to a series of batik works that were made over 2020 whilst thinking about incarceration and the impact this has on mental health. The work was made following my project at the Drawing Room, which worked with a group of women to explore batik as a process of resistance and revelation, alongside green screen film and conversation.

About the artist:

Born 1986 Bedford, Nicole Morris lives and works in London. Graduated from BA Painting, Camberwell College of Arts, London (2008); and MA Sculpture, Slade School of Fine Art, London (2011).

Morris works across exhibition, education and community contexts, using textiles and film to explore methods of performance and collaboration.

Selected exhibitions include Dear World, University College London (2020); Survey, JVA, London and touring (2018-19); Interiors, Compressor Projects, London (2019); INGEST, [ SPACE ], London (2018); Sisters, Space In Between, London (2017); Girlfriend, National Gallery Prague (2016); Caprice, Open Space Baltimore, USA (2015); TTTT, Jerwood Space, London (2014); Young London, V22, London (2013); Quantum Leap, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh and Malmö Konsthall (2013); Bloomberg New Contemporaries, ICA, London and Liverpool Biennial (2012). Selected projects include Navigating My Sea, Her Centre, London (2021); Working in Isolation, Together, [SPACE], London (2020); Drawing Act I: Labour, Faith, Exhaustion, Drawing Room, London (2020); and Supersmashers, South London Gallery (2018-19).

Awards include OUTPOST Gildengate House Residency (2019); JVA Artist Bursary (2018-2019); Grants for the Arts, Arts Council England (INGEST / digest / excrete) (2018).

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