SELF PORTRAIT PROJECT
I photographed these 3 punks at Notting Hill Carnival. It made me realize how intrusive photography could be and I decided to make amends. I invited 100 people in 6 different locations around London to make self portraits. The result was an unedited exhibition presented as enlarged contact sheets.
97 silver bromide photographic portraits with edited texts from interviews with local people.
Sur une proposition de
Peter Morgan and Judy Kravis
avec la participation des étudiants de l'École des Beaux Arts.
Galérie de l'École des Beaux Arts, Quimper, France.
30 children aged 9 at Cloghroe National School made 158 paintings relating to the spiral galaxy Andromeda which lies 2.4 million light-years away from earth. It is the most distant object the average person can see with the naked eye.
From all the paintings, 30 were selected, scanned and printed as a billboard.
FAMILY AND FRIENDS LIMERICK
A collaborative snapshot
I gave 47 people a disposable camera and asked them to photograph their family and friends. A total of 912 prints were generated. These were shuffled but not edited to form the exhibition.
Exhibition view and invitation
Size: 16.8 meters x 120 cm
A collaborative art project directed by Peter Morgan and Judy Kravis for the Engage art festival in Bandon, County Cork.
Children in 3 local primary schools were encouraged to make drawings and write about water.
The result was a galvanized steel word displayed in the Bandon river, a book of their edited writing, and an exhibition of layered and edited drawings.
21 PROPOSALS FOR THE TURBINE HALL
A performance by Peter Morgan with soundscape by softday to launch the Table of Contents book, 21 Proposals for The Turbine Hall.
The book was produced and edited by Peter Morgan and Judy Kravis. 21 artists imagined what they would do if offered an exhibition in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern.
Performance in Ormston House Limerick and Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The creative process
A research project by Alan Keane, Róisín Lewis and Peter Morgan, looking at creativity from a variety of perspectives.
Sponsored by: Limerick Institute of Technology, (School of Art and Design), The Incubation Centre, and Shannon Consortium.
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