Douglas Morland works across a broad range of media including sculpture, installation, printmaking, video and sound. The transmission and reception of information and the ability (or lack thereof) of a material to mediate between these poles is crucial to his practice. The objects, films and other works Morland creates often involve repetition, corruption and distortion, acknowledging the ghosts of memory and loss and the space of swallowed rhythms, repressions and omissions.
Douglas Morland is a Glasgow-based visual artist and musician who completed an MFA at Glasgow School of Art in 2003 and has since exhibited widely both in the UK and abroad. Recent exhibitions include The Death of Lady Mondegreen (solo) at The Gallery of Modern Art, Raoul Reynolds at La Friche, Marseille, Glasgow, Cut/Prompt at 68m2, Copenhagen, Time After Time at Market Gallery, Glasgow, time/zones at The Akademie Der Künste, Berlin, , The As Long as the Signal Is…, Briggait, Glasgow, Chinagraph Spill Cracked Oil Cracked Oil at the Glasgow Project Room, High-Slack-Low-Slack-High at The Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2012.