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Image of Edward Morgan - Superstition Luck Hope

Edward Morgan - Superstition Luck Hope

· 800 DKK / Apx 106 EUR
· Risograph print on acid free heavy weight paper
· 29,7 x 42 cm (A3)
· Edition of 35
· Signed by the artist

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Edward Morgan graduated in 2012 from the Royal College of Art in London. He works with painting, drawing, video and performance. Morgan’s work centres around the words that we’re constantly exposed to in everyday life. The language in his drawings and paintings are embellished with romantic landscapes and an ethereal style.

The artist lives and works in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The landscapes all share the central motif of a road traversing through mountains and valleys leading to or passing monumental buildings. This fantasy world creates a scene where the stakes have risen in the human pursuit of creating meaning through ceremony and a directed spirituality. Like many civilisations in human history it's the architecture that shows they lost there way. This invented world may be absurd but the lingering question with all Morgan's work is how much more absurd is his fantasy world to ours?