Craig’s most recent project was in Adelaide curating blinc for the Adelaide Festival, one of the most prestigious Arts Festivals in the world.
Stroll from one light and sound installation to the next and immerse yourself in this exclusive survey of the very best international digital art. From large-scale projections to extraordinary laser works, building-mapping projects, and more intimate, interactive experiences, this cutting-edge selection displays astonishing feats of technical brilliance from some of the world’s best artists. As much a family experience as a contemporary art exhibition, Blinc is an event to return to again and again during the festival, as everything from a series of faces projected in trees to a larger-than-life three dimensional elephant light up this iconic precinct in the most unforgettable way.
Animate Projects (UK) László Zsolt Bordos (HUN) Madison Bycroft (AUS) Casa Magica (GER)
Wendy Dawson (UK) Dawn of Man (USA) H C Gilje (NOR) Perry Hall & Elliott Sharp (USA)
Hartung and Trenz (GER) Ray Harris (AUS) Ryoichi Kurokawa (JPN) Jessica Lloyd Jones (UK)
Craig Morrison (UK) Jonathan Attridge (UK) Peter Morris (UK) Mieko Shimizu (Japan) Murmur (FRA) Nasim Nasr (IRN/AUS) Tony Oursler (USA)Squidsoup (UK/NZ) Kirsten Swensen (NED) Topla Design (FRA) Sean Vicary (UK) Cecilia Westerberg (DEN)
Co-Curated by Craig Morrison
Craig Morrison is currently working with The Adelaide Festival as a Co-Curator of Blink, a new light and digital based festival in Australia in 2015. He has also just completed Honour, a large-scale WW1 commemorative event in Salford Quays, Manchester. He is also a co-founder of blinc in Conwy, North Wales.
After graduating in Film and Theatre Design from Wimbledon School of Art, Craig was a founder member of Meat Beat Manifesto and toured the world with this cutting edge music/dance company. It was this experience that led to many commissions in T.V. and Film. His out and out design skills also developed into his own award winning range of accessories, utilising a copyright protected fabric and process devised by himself in the mid 1990’s. His design work is in the permanent collections of the V&A, The Saatchi Collection, The Science Museum and also MoMa in New York.
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