Louise Ward Morris GBA is an award-winning visual artist who works with experimental videos, digital animations, sculptural installations, and computer networks to question the ever-intensifying connection between people and technology. She is a 2023 Gilbert Bayes Award winner with the Royal Society of Sculptors and a society member.
Currently, Louise is developing a distinctive method of working sculpturally with recycled TV screens by creating liquid crystal pixels funded by the Arts Council.
In 2021 she received an MA in Fine Art with distinction from Central Saint Martins where she was awarded the South Square Trust Bursary and recently, the 2022 Clifford Chance UAL Sculpture Award. Her MA final project was shortlisted for the 2021 Global Design Graduate Award.
She has exhibited in the UK at venues including the Saatchi Gallery, Tate Modern, ATP Gallery, Lux Moving Image, Candid Arts, and in Shanghai. Her films have been selected for festivals including the 2021 London Short Film Festival and the Bomb Factory’s 2021 Artist’s Film Festival. Her work is in the UAL Collection. Louise lives and works in London.
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