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KIM MORGAN

Associate Professor
NSCAD University, Port Campus
Halifax, Nova Scotia, B3H 4P7 Canada

tel: +1-902-442-4202
kmorgan@nscad.ca
www.kimmorgan.ca

EDUCATION

MFA, University of Regina, Visual Arts Department, Sculpture/Installation
BFA, School of Visual Arts, New York City, Sculpture/Extended Media
BA, McGill University, Montreal, English Literature

EXHIBITIONS RECORD

2015 Range-Light Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010, Oh Canada Exhibition, Calgary, AB.
2014 Blood Work, Oh Canada,Exhibition, Owens Art Gallery, Sackville, NB, June 29 – Sept 2014.
Range-Light Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010, John MichaelKohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI, Sept 2014 – Jan 2015.
2013 Weakforce 4, The Volcanic Field Project, Unified Field Theory Collaboration, St Paul St Gallery Auckland, Nov-Dec 2013.
in pulse, (collaboration w/ Ellen Moffat), Poeticizing the Urban Apparatus: SCENES OF INNOVATION – conference art exhibition, New York City.
The Weak Force 2, United Field Theory, Collaborative Sound Installation with Matthew Sansom, Paul Cullen, Andy Thomson, Laresa Kosloff, Bruce Barber, Kim Morgan, Lewis Elton Gallery (Surrey University Gallery UK) March 2013.
13 Artists in the Studio, co-produced by Kim Morgan, Garry Snyder, Michael St.Johns. New York City, Public Broadcast Television, 1996. 26 Artists Interviews with artists such as; Jessica Stockholder, John Curin, Denise Oppenheim.
2012 in pulse, Place Markers: Mapping Locations and Probing Boundaries Exhibition, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, Sept 2012. Collaboration w Ellen Moffat.
Range-Light Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010,
Oh, Canada Exhibition, Mass MOCA, May 2012/2013
Range-Light Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010, Confederation Centre Art Gallery, PEI, Oct – March 2011
Pot Shots, Rural Readymades Exhibition, Kenderdine Art Gallery, Saskatoon, SK, and Pot Shots, Rural Readymades Exhibition Southern Alberta Art Gallery.
2011 Unified Field Theory, Exhibition Collaboration with Bruce Barbar, Andy Cullen, Andy Thomson, Lareesa Kosloff, Anna Leonowan’s Gallery Halifax,
Antsee, Installtion, Commissioned by the City of Regina,Victoria Park, Regina, SK. May 2011.
Rural Readymades, Confederation Centre, Art Gallery, PEI. Summer 2011
2020 Vision, Nocturne Halifax 2011 (w/David Clark), Public Sculpture Commission, Halifax Regional Municipality, Halifax, Canada.
Waterfall, (w/David Clark, Rachelle Viader Knowles, David Ogbourn). CAFKA, (Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener and Area), Windsor, ONT.
2010 Range Light, Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010, Solo Exhibition, Mount St. Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, Canada.
Corpulence, Beneath the Surface, 3 Artist Exhibition, Mount St.Vincent University Gallery, Halifax, Canada.
Waterfall, (w/David Clark, Rachelle Viader Knowles, David Ogbourn).
Exhibition venues include: Whistler Live, Cultural Olympiad 2010, Whistler; Halifax Nocturne, 2010, Third Space Gallery at the Saint John City Market, St. John, NB.
2009 Nocturne 2009 Festival, Halifax, Canada. Corpulence installation at Attica.
New Faculty Exhibition, Anna Leonowan’s Gallery, Halifax.
Contraband, (w/ Francis Dorsey and Wilma Needham), Port Loggia Gallery, NSCAD University, Halifax.
2008 Public Commission for IEEE Organization. Permanent installation at the University of Regina, Engineering/Education Building.
2007 Armed, Solo Exhibition, Cynthia Broan Gallery, New York, NY.
Miami Scope Fair, Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC.
London Scope, Fair, Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC.
Basel Scope Fair. Cynthia Broan Gallery NYC.
Scope Fair New York, Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC.
2006 Time Transit, Public art installation in collaboration with TRLabs. Located on a citybus, and bus stops along Route #4, Regina, www.timetransit.com
Site Reading, Group Exhibition, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina.
Vehicle in digestion, Resisting Arrest, Towards Sustainability, Group Exhibition, Dunlop Art Gallery, Sherwood Branch, Regina.
2005 Data S p a c e d, sound and video installation located in the pedestrian concourse of the new residencies, U of R. Collaboration, TRLabs Regina.
Virtual Groceries – a public intervention, downtown Regina, w Prof Rachelle Viader Knowles, Prof Christine Ramsay and New Media students, University of Regina.
2004 To Conjure, “In digestion/digestion”, Group Exhibition, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Curated by Sigrid Dahle.
2003 Skinning Place, Trans/forming Memory, Solo Exhibition, MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada.
2002 Renewal and Pulling from Memory, The Weyburn Project. Two site-specific installations at the Weyburn Hospital, August 2002.
Looking In From the Outside of a Rubber Tree, Lanterns on the Lake,Regina, SK. Sponsored by the Dunlop Gallery.

AWARDS

2014 Rauschenberg Residency, Rauschenberg Foundation, Captiva, Florida.
2012 Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia’s Masterwork Award.
NSCAD Presidents Award of Excellence.
2005 City of Regina’s Mayors Award for Innovation and the Arts.
2004 Residency Scholarship, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM.
2003 Doris and W.A. Riddell Graduate Scholarship, University of Regina.
Graduate Scholarship, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina.
2002 Teaching Fellowship, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina.
Teaching Assistantship, Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina.
2001 Entrance Scholarship, Faculty Graduate Studies and Research, University of Regina.
1992 Family Rhodes Award for Outstanding Achievement in Fine Arts, Convocation, School of Visual Arts, NYC.

GRANTS

2014 GRAND NCE Ad Node Grant.
Canada Council for the Arts Project Grant for Arts Organizations.
2011-2014 Social Science Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Research and Creation Grant w/ Prof. Solomon Nagler (NSCAD University), Prof. Martha Radice (Dalhousie University). Tracing the City: Interventions of Art in Public Space.
2013 Nova Scotia Tourism Culture & Heritage Culture Division, Professional Development Grant.
2012 Canada Council for the Arts Project Grant for Arts Organizations.
ASU (Aid to Small Universities) SSHRC Seed Funding, CineFlux
2011 Nova Scotia Tourism Culture & Heritage Culture Division, Presentation Grant.
2009/2011 ASU SSHRC Seed Funding, CineFlux.
2009 Nova Scotia Tourism Culture & Heritage Culture Division, Individual Grant.
2007 Canada Council for the Arts, Travel Grant.
2006 Saskatchewan Arts Board, Individual Grant-B, Visual Arts.
Saskatchewan Arts Board, Project Grant.
2005 The Banff Centre for the Arts Financial Assistance Grant, Optic Nerve Residency Fall 2005.
Centre for Sustainable Communities Grant, Regina, SK.
2003 Saskatchewan Arts Board Professional Development Grant, Visual Arts, Grant-C
2002 Canada Council for the Arts, Inter-Arts Project Grant.
Vice President of Academic Project Grant, University of Regina.

ACQUISITIONS AND COMMISSIONS

2011 Open Program, HRM, 2020 Vision, Nocturne Halifax 2011 (w/David Clark), Antsee, Public Commission, City of Regina, Victoria Park, Regina, SK. (2001/2011)
2010 Acquisition of Corpulence, 2009, Collection of Mount Saint Vincent University.
2009 Commission from the Canadian Wildlife Federation (Waterfall).
2008 Public Commission for IEEE Organization. Permanent installation at the University of Regina, Engineering/Education Building.

SCHOLARLY PUBLICATIONS

2012 Affective Space, Locative Bodies, with Ellen Moffat, ed. Jean-Paul Thibaud and Daniel Siret. Ambiances in action: Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on Ambiances / Ambiances en actes : Actes du 2nd Congrès international sur les Ambiances (Montréal, 19-22 -September 2012). Grenoble: International Ambiances Network / Réseau International Ambiances. Available on-line at http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00745030/Rita McKeogh, Interview, Oh, Canada: Contemporary Art from North America, ed. Dennis Markonish, Cambridge, Mass., The MIT Press, 2012. 129-131.

Beyond the Text: Critique and Creativity (with B. Anderson) ed. Z. Bankowski, P. Maharg and M. Del Mar, The Arts and the Legal Academy: Beyond Text in Legal Education, Volume One, London: Ashgate, Chapter 13, 213-223, 2012.

Traces of Time Transit: Co-creating ambiance in a mobile art installation, by Dr. Martha Radice. p. 299-304 in Jean-Paul Thibaud and Daniel Siret (eds.) Ambiances in action: Proceedings of the 2nd International Congress on Ambiances / Ambiances en actes : Actes du 2nd Congrès international sur les Ambiances (Montréal, 19-22 September 2012). Grenoble: International Ambiances Network / Réseau International Ambiances. Available on-line at http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00745030/

2011 Tracing the City: Exploring the Private Experience of Public Art through Art and Anthropology, with Martha Radice and Solomon Nagler, ISEA 2011, (International Society of Electronic Art), Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey, September 2011.

http://isea2011.sabanciuniv.edu/paper/tracing-city-exploring-private-experience-public-art-through-art-and-anthropology

2009 Window (dis)plays, Off Base: Contemporary Perspectives in Canadian Public Art, ed. Annie Gerin, James McLean. University of Toronto Press, 2009Off the Plinth, Espace Magazine, with Robin Metcalf. Interview essay on Public Art in Halifax. Summer 2009.

Activating Memory, Pre-serving Place, by Kim Morgan, sighting/citing/siting, Crossfiring/Mama Wetotan, ed. Kathleen Irwin and Rory MacDonald, Published by the Canadian Plains Research Center, University of Regina. Spring 2009

2008 Public Space as an Interface for Technology Research and Art, with Craig Gelowitz, M. Eng, Kim Morgan, M.F.A., Dr. Luigi Benedicenti, P. Eng. The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Vol. 4, 2008.
2006 Running a-way towards home, Secret Regina, ed. Lorne Beug, Anne Campbell, Jeannie Mah, Canadian Plains Research Centre Publishers.
2004 Conference Proceedings Publication, Crossing Over: Negotiating Specialization in an Interdisciplinary Culture, ed. Kim Morgan, Canadian Plains Research Centre Publishers., June 2004.

SCHOLARLY PRESENTATIONS AND DISCUSSIONS

2014 Embodied Landscapes, Cinema in Space, Cinema in Ruins Panel, Cineflux Conference 14, NSCAD University.
2013 Urban Encounters: Art and the Public, Conference, Halifax, NS, Oct 10-12.
Guest Artist/Lecturer, Mount Alison University and the Owens Art Gallery, Sackville, NB.
SKIN: Surfaces of the City, a public sensory walk with Dr. Martha Radices at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal, March 31.
2012 Affective Space, Locative Bodies, with Ellen Moffat, 2nd International Congress on Ambiances, Center for Canadian Architecture, Montreal, September 2012.
2011 Tracing the City: Exploring the Private Experience of Public Art through Art and Anthropology with Martha Radice, ISEA 2011, Istanbul Turkey, September 2011.
Tracing the City: Interventions of Art in Public Places, Cineflux Conference, Co-Chair of panel, , NSCAD, Halifax, May 2011.
2010 Public Art in Nova Scotia, Third Space Gallery, Public Panel, St. John’s New Brunswick, December 2010.
2009 Guest Artist/Lecturer, Yale University Graduate Program, Visual Arts. November 2009, (Artist Public Presentation, Individual Studio Visits with Graduate Students.
2008 Public Space as an Interface for Technology Research and Art, Conference Presentation, Technology, Knowledge and Society, Boston, USA.
Explorations in Contemporary Public Art, Guest Speaker, APAGA, (Atlantic Province Art Gallery Association), AGNS, June 2009.
Public Art, Panel Participant, Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, March 27, 2009.
Dorkbot, Valencia, Spain, March 2008, http://dorkbot.org/dorkbotvalencia/
2007 Guest Artist, New York University, Visual Arts Department.
Guest Lecturer, FA 300/ART 380 “Mapping Illness”, U of R, Instructor Prof. Randal Rogers.
2002 & 2003 Guest Lecturer, University of Regina, “Phenomenology”, Art History 301, University of Regina.

EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

2012 Kim Morgan: Range Light, Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010, ed. Ingrid Jenkner, Halifax, MSVU Art Gallery and Confederation Centre Art Gallery, 2012, 33 pages.
Oh, Canada: Contemporary Art from North America., ed. Denise Markonish, Cambridge, Mass., The MIT Press, 2012. pages 316-319.
Place Markers: Mapping Locations and Probing Boundaries, e-catalogue, ed. Peter Dykuis, Dalhousie Art Gallery, 2012.
2010 Beneath The Surface, ed. Katie Belcher and Ingrid Jenkner, Halifax, MSVU Art Gallery, 2010.
2005 Resisting Arrest, Seeking Sustainability, ed. Felipe Diaz and Annette Hurtig, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina 2005
Art spots, CBC Television Canada. A vignette series on Saskatchewan Artists, to which I am 1/10.

WRITINGS AND REVIEWS

2012 Ingrid Jenkner, Signifying Softly, Kim Morgan: Range Light, Borden-Carleton, PEI, 2010. ed. Ingrid Jenkner, Halifax, MSVU Art Gallery and Confederation Centre Art Gallery, 2012, 15-33.
Nancy Tousley, Oh, Canada: Notional Dreams, Canadian Art On-line, May 31-June 6, 2012.
Elissa Barnard, NSCAD roots on display, Chronicle Herald, May 26, 2012.
2010 Canadian Arts Magazine: “Kim Morgan: Light Years” http://www.canadianart.ca/online/see-it/2010/11/11/kim_morgan/
Canadian Arts Magazine, Sue Carter Flinn’s Top 3: Atlantic Above All,

http://www.canadianart.ca/online/features/2010/12/23/sue_carter_flinn_top3/

akimbo, 2010 CRITICS’ PICKS 12/14/10

http://www.akimbo.ca/akimblog/?id=434

CBC PEI, Live at 5, June 4, 2010.
Canadian Wildlife Federation

http://www.cwf-fcf.org/en/about-cwf/media-centre/releases/cwf-olympic-art-installation-focuses-on-water-conservation.html

Sean Flinn, Water Works, The Coast, February 11, 2010.

2006 The Leader Post, Time Transit, by Jack Anderson, Nov. 29, pg. 12.
The Prairie Dog, “Kim Morgan”, by Greg Beatty, Oct 26, Cover, pg. 23.
The Arts Report, CBC TV 6 pm News, Sept 20, 2006.
Secret Regina, “Running a-way towards home” by Kim Morgan, ed, Lorne Beug, Anne Campbell, Jeannie Mah, Canadian Plain Research Centre Publishers.
2005 The Arts Report, CBC Radio, by Joanne Skidmore.
Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan, Canadian Plains Research Centre Publishers,
Forum Magazine, “No Business Like the Art Business”, by Mike Taylor, Jan/Feb 2004 edition. Article on public art in Canada that mentions my work Antsee.
Zigzag, CBC Radio Canada Television Network, Jan 12, Channel 3. Interview at the MacKenzie Art Gallery, on “Skinning Place, Trans/forming Memory”.
Espace Magazine, “Antsee: Kim Morgan”, by Greg Beatty, Winter, 2003-2004.

TEACHING POSITIONS

2008-2014 Associate Professor, NSCAD University, Halifax, Faculty of Fine Arts.
Courses include: Intermediate Sculpture, Advanced Sculpture, Sculpture Seminar, Installation, Public Art, Ideas and Process, The Airport Project, Program Supervisor MFA students, Studio Supervisor MFA students, MFA Thesis Committee Member.
2002-2007 Sessional Instructor, University of Regina.

ART RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE/RESIDENCIES

2014 Artist in Residence, Rauschenberg Residency, Rauschenberg Foundation, Captiva, Florida.
2005-2008 Resident Artist-Researcher, TRLabs, University of Regina.
2005-2006 Researcher for China/Asian New Media Art Exhibition. In collaboration with Dr. Sheila Petty, Dean of Fine Arts, University of Regina. Research Travel, July/Nov. 2005 (Beijing/Shanghai), Mongolia, 2006.
2004/2005 Artist in Residence for the Faculty of Fine Arts/New Media Studio Lab/TR Labs.
Artist in Residence, Optic Nerve Residency,
The Banff Centre.
2004 Artist in Residence, Santa Fe Art Institute, New Mexico.
2002 Conference Coordinator/Organizer “Crossing Over: Negotiating
Specialization in an Interdisciplinary Culture, University of Regina.
1994-1995 Co-Producer and Interviewer, 13 Artists in the Studio, for MNHT, Channel 16, New York City. The
Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, NYC. Exhibition Installations and Project Assistant for Gallery Artists.
1994/1995 Project Coordinator, Urban Arch, Celebrating the NYC Workers, by Mierle Lederman Ukeles. Sept 1994-March 1995
1992-1994 Research Assistant to Directors/Curators: Mikoto Shindo, (Japan) and Ellen Price, (NYC), for the project New York: A Magnet For Artists Exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art.