An MA Fine Art graduate of Central Saint Martins, George Morris has exhibited work at the Whitechapel and Curwen and New Academy Galleries. He is a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art and an Associate lecturer at the University of the Arts.
George Morris' practice considers the built environment, digital aesthetics and related representational issues. His work has recently focused upon the proliferation of non-physical, networked data space in relation to an increase in banal 'non-place', physical urban environments. Morris continues to explore the impact that this phenomenon may be having on areas such as memory, place and sociability - considering 'data space' as primarily a site of economic as opposed to social exchange.
Image: Interior VI photomontage 2011