In 2008 he founded the Slow-Art Movement, creating a series of art-in-motion installations where viewers witness the quietly dynamic evolution of images in layered and unstructured light.
In 2009, Morgan brought projection-mapping to North America—by way of the Orlando Science Center. Over 3,000 people attended the gala.
Since relocating to New York City, Morgan has had interactive art-installations in Williamsburg, Chelsea, and the Lower East Side.
Morgan has been working with several NYC based groups including Warper Party, Monsieur Clothing, Max Klaxxon, Moldover and Smooth Moose Collaborative.
Morgan has VJ’ed at Webster Hall, Hiro, Velour, The Delancey, Bar 13 and Santo’s Party House.
Since October, Morgan has a thirty-three minute-thirty-three second film called I_Alone on repeat in the Video-Tunnel at Webster Hall. A second film debuts late November.
For additional info on past VJ work: art.bluecrash.com