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I have largely been inspired by the work of Felix Gonzalez-Torres, and identify with his vision of transporting art from out of the white cube and merging it with daily life. I am interested in bridging the gap between the commercial art market and consumerist culture, and have deliberately chosen to manifest my work in formats that are ephemeral, disposable, and self-destructive in nature. Typically, many of my works do not have concrete dimensions, are destroyed after they are exhibited, or the only record of them is the take-one object or documentation of the piece. Conceptually, this relates to the ideas that I am interested in, with exploring themes such as consumerism, commercialism, masculinity, sexuality, gender, and identity.
– J. Morrison
James Morrison, “aids: MADE IN U.S.A.”, 2010 screenprints