Kim Morgan is a sculpture/installation artist working in multi media. For the last six years she has been exploring the process of cross-disciplinary collaborations through the creation of interactive public art projects in partnership with scientists, engineers and artists. Such projects use the public space as a laboratory to explore new ideas and current trends through the engagement of a wide audience. Within this framework, her work addresses the impact of technology on people’s perceptions of time and space, and the shifting boundaries between the private and the public.
Morgan’s work have been presented, installed, and exhibited in Canada, the United States and Spain. She has been awarded grants from the Saskatchewan Arts Board, Canada Council for the Arts, Center for Sustainable Communities, the Nova Scotia Tourism Culture & Heritage Culture Division, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Morgan received a BA in Literature from McGill University, a BFA in Sculpture and Extended Materials from the School of Visual Arts in NYC, and an MFA in Installation, from the University of Regina.
Currently Kim Morgan is an Assistant Professor at NSCAD (Nova Scotia School of Art and Design) University in Halifax, Canada, where she teaches sculpture, installation, and public art. She is also a researcher at the Cineflux group.