Kim Morgan is a sculpture & installation artist based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her work explores the impact of technology on people’s perceptions of time, space, and the body, and the shifting boundaries between the private and the public. She has exhibited in galleries such as Mass MoCA; John Michael Kohler Arts Centre; Cynthia Broan Gallery, NYC; St. Paul’s Gallery, New Zealand; p/m Gallery, Toronto; Confederation Art Centre, Prince Edward Island; and in public spaces – the Regina Transit System, Victoria Park, Regina, Saskatchewan, and the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.
She has received numerous awards including the Nova Scotia Masterworks Award 2012, Arts Nova Scotia Creation Grants, and was a co-recipient of a Social Science Humanities and Research Council Research and Creation Grant. Recent residencies are The Dalhousie Medical School, The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation Residency, and The Banff Centre for the Arts.
Morgan is an Associate Professor at the Nova Scotia School of Art and Design University in Halifax, Canada.