Scott Morrison is a sound and video artist based in Sydney, Australia. His practice encompasses live performance, gallery installation and festival screenings that have focused towards the synergistic properties of the moving image. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions nation-wide and his audiovisual works have screened extensively nationally and abroad. His primary research and output has fallen under the title of “ballad(s) for quiet horizons”. This body of work details and further develops the artist’s appreciation of Australia’s rural landscape. It is an exploration and abstraction of natural occurrence, rhythmic meditations of place and how familiar experience(s) can be re-interpreted, re-imagined and rendered anew.
Category Archives: exhibition
Always nice to be working with Peter Knight and the great team at the AAO. Working an earlier treatment into a pretty dazzling full concert experience of Peter’s Diomira composition – based and inspired from the gorgeous Invisible Cities.
This festival in Marseille was one of the first to present my work in an international context back in 2004 and I’ve been consistently presenting with them since. I’m sure one day I will be able to attend and share … Continue reading
A wonderful selection of works and artists I’m showing with. Many thanks (as always) to the mighty Simone Hine and Kyle Weise for the curation into the wonderful Metro Arts in the Brisbane CBD.
I have some stills and video showing with c3 gallery at the Abbotsford Convent. This is the first instance of work from my Iceland residency.