b. 1971; lives and works in Scotland

1993-95 Glasgow School of Art, MA

1989-93 Glasgow School of Art, BA

Victoria Morton’s art has encompassed painting, sculptural assemblages, photography, and sound.
Her recent paintings vary in scale, opacity, colour and spatiality, each composition intricately and intuitively developed. Informed by music, colour perception and the everyday ‘stream of consciousness’, and drawing on personal narratives and historical and cultural references, Morton’s works explore unfolding psychological experience.

Morton exhibits widely, with her most recent solo shows including: SLEEP LINE, The Modern Institute, Aird’s Lane Bricks Space (2021); Pedal Point, Sadie Coles HQ, London (2021). Recent group shows include Painters Paint Paintings: LA Version, Nino Mier, Los Angeles CA, USA (2022); Abstraction Now, The Corn Hall, Diss, England (2022) and Sabrina, curated by Russell Tovey, Sim Smith Gallery, London. Her work is held in various public collections such as the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris and the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh. In 2021, Morton was commissioned by the Royal College of Music Museum in London to create a large hanging installation in their atrium space.