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: performance
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.
Unfortunately due to a family matter I’ve had to return home to Australia and not continue with the amazing space/perspectives made available through Daniel Bürkner and Karin Zwack of the Frameless Festival and the staff of the Villa Waldberta artist residency. … Continue reading
The Australian Art Orchestra asked me to create some video loops for the Water Pushes Sand performances for both Melbourne Festival and OzAsia Festival in Adelaide.
Doing a short live set for the Project Pixel event as part of the Melbourne Fringe Festival on Saturday the 27th at Goodtime Studios. I’ve finished some new edits for my dear friend April Surgent for her new exhibition based on … Continue reading