Sue Morris was born in England and is a graduate of the Royal College of Art, London. In the early nineties she moved from London to a remote village in County Sligo, Ireland, where she lived for 23 years before relocating to Derry 4 years ago. Her art practice extends across media and disciplines. Morris’ work is held in public and private collections nationally and internationally.
She has been the recipient of several awards from the Arts Council of N. Ireland, Dublin City Council and Culture Ireland.
Selected exhibitions include those at: the Lockhart Gallery, State University New York, USA (2012); the Kunstverein Galerie, Baden bei Wien (2012) and museumORTH, Orth an der Danau, Austria (2013), as part of the International Cultural Programme for Ireland’s Presidency of the EU; Tartu Loomemajanduskeskus, Estonia (2014); Artisterium 7, Tbilisi, Georgia (2014); the State Institute of Culture, Moscow, Russia (2016) the Cultural Centre of Moschato, Athens, Greece (2017) and the 16:9 Gallery, Lawrence University, Michigan, USA (2018).
Morris has had recent residencies at AIR Krems, Austria (2012); Trükimuuseum, Tartu, Estonia (2013); the Heinrich Böll Residency, Achill Island (2015), St Augustine’s, Derry (2018) and La Mola, Pietrafitta, Italy (2019).