Accumulating lists, time, loops, and occasional gardening.
Simon Morris is interested in the manifestations of visual systems, their proliferation and rupture, predictability and uncertainty in the real world, as well as the visual arts. His deployment of pattern reaches back into the history of geometric abstraction and forward into architectural spaces, outdoor sites and ideas.
Morris exhibits nationally and internationally. Most recently his works have been included in the Crystal Chain Gang-prismatic geometry in recent art (2000) at Auckland Art Gallery; the collaborative wall painting project Painted Spaces (2000) which included Australian, American, British and New Zealand Artists; and Prospect 2001 at City Gallery Wellington. He is currently working on two large scale outdoor site works for Scape - Art and Industry Biennale in Christchurch (2002).