Working within archival and heritage based projects has been central to Kevin Morris’s current work and development. His most recent work engages with concepts of craft, material and place, initially motivated by an investigation of his own family heritage and material culture. Ultimately his current work looks to encourage its audience to consider how they interact with their own habitats, be they man made or natural, as well our collective connections to heritage and tradition.


Kevin Andrew Morris has exhibited in as well as curated exhibitions including Hunting for the Lost Crafts, Inverness Museum 2013; Coffee till Dusk, Whisky till Dawn, The Banff Centre Alberta 2016; Cheers and Dish at Medalta Historic Clay District, Alberta 2016 as well as at the Woodend Barn, Aberdeenshire 2016 as part of Antenna Yagi’s Fracture Radio at The Suttie Arts Space, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary 2017 and in Trinidad with the Transatlantic Penny inkwell project.  He was selected for the Glasgow Life Visual Arts and Crafts Mentoring award in 2014 and 2017, Open Project Funding in 2018 and his work featured as part of the Tallinn Applied Art Triennial The Art of Collecting in Estonia 2013 as well as part of the Expatriate Archives 10th Anniversary Project The Hague, Netherlands in 2018. He has undertaken residencies with Djim Bergner, Eindhoven 2011, The Scottish Sculpture Workshop 2012, with Ice Cream Architecture as part of Make Your Way and as part of the Naked Craft Network exhibition touring Canada over 2015/2016 and Scotland over 2016/2017 as well as the Kiln Raising residency at The Banff Centre during 2016 and most recently at Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center, Denmark as part of the Wood Fire YAIR in 2018.