Glasgow’s Modern Institute shows exhibition of works by Victoria Morton

Victoria Morton’s practice has encompassed painting, sculptural assemblages, found objects, photography, and sound. Her recent paintings vary in scale, opacity, colour and spatiality, each distinctly painted composition has been developed with a degree of intricacy and intuition. Influenced by musical composition, colour perception, and everyday life, alongside personal narratives, historical and cultural references, Morton’s works explore a continuously unfolding visual, spatial and psychological experience. Within her paintings she re-evaluates the complexity of visual representation and physical experience through a combination of layering, fragmentation and movement. Each painting works through the mental exercise of creating, disrupting, reforming and extending compositions. This technique builds a sense of time into her work. Morton’s exhibition at Aird's

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