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Space Invader (2017)
Morrissey, S. (2017). Space Invader

Jim Isermann’s permanent commission for the Pathology Phase Two building for Southmead Hospital is an integrated artwork that transforms the fabric and surfaces of the functional architecture of corridors and external light-wells into a canvas for a... Read More about Space Invader.

We The People Are The Work (2017)
Exhibition / Performance
Morrissey, S. We The People Are The Work. Exhibited at Plymouth. 16 September 2017 - 18 November 2017. (Unpublished)

We The People Are The Work was a major visual arts project in Plymouth curated by Foreground Director Simon Morrissey that explored ideas of power, protest and the public.

Primary/Bristol (2016)
Morrissey, S. (2016). Primary/Bristol. Bristol

Bristol City Council’s Primary/Bristol programme is designed to include artists in the development of primary schools in the city with artists both involved in the design of these important educational spaces and contributing works specially made for... Read More about Primary/Bristol.

Qwaypurlake (2015)
Exhibition / Performance
Morrissey, S. Qwaypurlake. Exhibited at Hauser & Wirth, Somerset. 15 November 2015 - 31 January 2016. (Unpublished)

‘Qwaypurlake’ brings together landscape photography, painting, sculpture, ceramics and film from a broad selection of modern and contemporary artists. These range from seminal twentieth-century figures such as ceramicist Hans Coper, sculptor Elisabet... Read More about Qwaypurlake.

Instructions for an Ordinary Utopia (2014)
Exhibition / Performance
Morrissey, S. Instructions for an Ordinary Utopia. Exhibited at Frome, Somerset. 22 March 2014 - 4 May 2014. (Unpublished)

Instructions for an Ordinary Utopia featured new artworks made especially for Frome by Simon & Tom Bloor, Peter Liversidge and Ruth Proctor. The project explored how we can make ordinary life and the places we live in that little bit more special, an... Read More about Instructions for an Ordinary Utopia.