Callum Morton

Callum Morton’s art practice has consistently addressed the ‘architecture of experience’ – the moment of encounter between viewer and object, or viewer and built environment. From exclusive modernist homes, to the architecture of the theme park and the abandoned shopping strip, Morton recasts these forms in strange and often uncomfortable ways in entirely new contexts. Morton’s work is held in important Australian and international public collections including Art Gallery of New South Wales; National Gallery of Victoria; Museum of Contemporary Art Australia; Museum of Old and New; National Gallery of Australia; Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art; Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Zealand; and Fondazione Morra Greco, Naples. Callum is Professor of Fine Art in the Faculty of Art Design and Architecture at Monash University.