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Distinguished Professor Sally Morgan PhD, MA, BA

Distinguished Professor - Director of Doctoral Research

College of Creative Arts

Professional

Qualifications

  • Doctor of Philosophy - Deakin University (2019)
  • Master of Arts - University of Warwick (1999)
  • Bachelor of Arts - Sheffield Polytechnic (1975)

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 0 3

Research Outputs

Journal

Trubridge, S., Richards, J., Morgan, SJ., Trubridge, W., Douglas, M., Malou Strandvad, S., . . . Verhoeven, D. (2017). Sudden Depth. GPS: Global Performance Studies. (1.1) Retrieved from http://gps.psi-web.org/issue-1-1/sudden-depth/
[Journal article]Authored by: Morgan, S., Richards, J., Trubridge, S.Contributed to by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2016). Commemoration and Moral Choice in the Travails of the Bomb-Aimer’s Daughter. Memory Connection. 2(1), 68-81 Retrieved from http://memoryconnection.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/The-Cultures-of-Memory.pdf
[Journal article]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Gough, P., & Morgan, SJ. (2013). 'A Faux cenotaph': Guerilla interventions and the contestation of rhetorical public space. Journal of War and Culture Studies. 6(1), 92-108
[Journal article]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Fleming, JS., Gibson, R., Harris, B., Morgan, S., Noble, A., O'Keeffe, K., . . . Gander, P. (2011). The 'waking incubator': Exploring the interface between the performing arts and the science of sleep. International Journal of Science in Society. 2(3), 291-308 Retrieved from http://ijy.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.187/prod.144
[Journal article]Authored by: Gander, P., Gibson, R., Morgan, S., Noble, A., O'Keeffe, K.
Gough, P., & Morgan, S. (2004). Manipulating the metonymic: The politics of civic identity and the Bristol Cenotaph, 1919-1932. Journal of Historical Geography. 30(4), 665-684
[Journal article]Authored by: Morgan, S.

Book

Morgan, SJ. (2011). 'Disassembled':Chapter. In P. Gander, & S. Trubridge (Eds.) The Waking Incubator: Sleep Science and Performing Arts in Dialogue.. (pp. N/A - N/A). Wellington, New Zealand: The Waking Incubator, Massey University
[Chapter]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2010). 'On One January Day in 1915'. In P. Chielens (Ed.) Serve: A New Recipe for Sacrifice. (pp. 25 - 27). Waiouru, New Zealand: National Army Museum
[Chapter]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Austerlitz, N., Blythman, M., Grove White, A., Jones, B., Jones, C., Morgan, SJ., . . . Vaughan, S. (2008). Mind the gap: Expectations ambiguity and pedagogy within art and design higher education. In . Linda Drew (Ed.) GLAD: The student experience in art and design higher education: Drivers for change. (pp. 125 - 148). Cambridge, UK: Jill Rogers Associates Limited
[Chapter]Authored by: Morgan, S.

Creative Work

Morgan, SJ., & Richards, J. (2017) Love like Salt. [Exhibition] By Morgan+Richards. [A durational Live Art work, performed over five hours as a site-based interactive installation]. In Performing, Writing International Symposium, Wellington, New Zealand. 13 March 2017
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S., Richards, J.
Morgan, SJ. (2016) The Breath of the Bomb Aimer's Daughter. [Exhibition] [Mixed Media] In Cicatrices: Works by Sally J Morgan, Sullivan Galleries, Chicago USA
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2016) The Fallen 1-7. [Exhibition] The Sullivan Galleries, Chicago.
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2016) SOLUTION. [Exhibition] [Live Art] IN>TIME16 Performance Art Triennial, Defibrillator Gallery, Chicago, USA
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.Contributed to by: Richards, J.
Morgan, SJ., & Richards, J. (2016) Drowning/Undrowning. [Exhibition] [Solo show, Iive art work and video installation]. In Cicatrices: works by Sally J Morgan. Sullivan Galleries, Chicago USA
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S., Richards, J.Edited by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ., & Richards, J. (2015) DISSECTION. [Exhibition] Feminism and the Body in Performance: Current Practices, MART Gallery, Dublin, Ireland, 7 June 2015
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S., Richards, J.
Morgan, SJ. (2015) In the Hollow of your Hand. [Exhibition] [Live Art] In Deep Anatomy PSi #21 Fluid States dispersed symposium. Long Island, The Bahamas
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.Contributed to by: Richards, J.
Morgan, SJ. (2015) The Solution of the Bomb Aimer's Daughter. [Exhibition] Performance Arcade, Waterfront, Wellington.
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2014) Burden of Memory. [Exhibition] [Live Art Performance]. Syracuse University, New York State, USA. 20 Oct 2014
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2014) Extracts of the Circumstance of Desire. [Exhibition] Gallery Balchik, Bulgaria
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2014) How Long Have I been Here?. [Exhibition] [Interactive Installation] Commissioned by Te Tuhi Gallery as a 'Process-Led Commission' as part of the international exhibition 'Unstuck in Time'. Te Tuhi Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2014) How Long Have I been Here? (No.1). [Exhibition] Te Tuhi
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2014) The Circumstance of Desire. [Exhibition] [Site-based Installation/Performance]. In Wanderlust: Poste Restante, Atelier 301, AtelierFrankfurt, Frankfurt, Germany. 26 Feb 2014 - 03 May 2014
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2013) The Burden of the Bomb-Aimer's Daughter. [Exhibition] [Performance/Installation] In The Cultures of Memory Project, Theatre 3, York St John University, York, United Kingdom
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2013) The Travails of the Bomb-Aimer's Daughter. [Exhibition] [Performance/Installation]. The Performance Arcade, Wellington Waterfront, New Zealand
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2011, October 16). Waking: an Exhibition of Art/Science Collaborations. (No. of Pieces: 1) [Installation]. World Sleep Conference, Kyoto International Conference Centre,Kyoto, Japan.
[Exhibition]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2010). Disassembled [Artefact]. Smash Palace Fund (Creative New Zealand and MORST): Waking Incubator Open Lab , Print Factory, Wellington
[Artefact]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, S., O'Keeffe, K., & Pierce, R. (2010) Expo the Waking Incubator. [Exhibition] Minas Gerais, Brazil
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S., O'Keeffe, K.
Morgan, SJ. (2006) Performance Art Series, in collaboration with the Dunedin Fringe Festival. [Exhibition] The Blue Oyster Gallery, Dunedin, NZ
[Artwork]Authored by: Morgan, S.

Conference

Morgan, SJ., & Richards, J. (2016, January). FROZEN IN>TENSITIES. Presented at IN>TIME16 Performance Festival. School of the Art Institute Chicago, US.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S., Richards, J.
Morgan, SJ. (2015, April). Developing a site-based artwork: In the Hollow of your Hand.. Presented at Deep Anatomy Symposium, part of Fluid States PSI No. 21. Long Island, the Bahamas.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2015, June). In the Hollow of your Hand: Disregarding the ‘Male Gaze’. Oral presentation of a paper selected for conference section: Feminism and the Body in Performance. Presented at Current Practices Symposium. MART Gallery, Dublin Ireland.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2013). Commemoration and Moral Choice in 'The Travails of the Bomb-Aimer's Daughter'.. , The Cultures of Memory Symposium
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2013). Performance as Process: the Charisma of Labour. , Performing Performance Symposium
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2011). “To Fill This Void Land”: Acclimatisation as Mnemonic Device in Victorian New Zealand. In K. Baird (Ed.)
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2011). “To Fill This Void Land”: Acclimatisation as Mnemonic device in victorian New Zealand. In . Baird,K, & . Phillips,K (Eds.) Memory Connection. Vol. 1 (pp. 100 - 113). Wellington, New Zealand: Contained Memory
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ.(2010, December). “To Fill This Void Land”: Acclimatisation as Mnemonic device in Victorian New Zealand. Memory Connection Journal. 1 (1)(pp. 100 - 113). 2253-1823. Retreived from http://www.memoryconnection.org/journals/memory-connection-vol-01/
[Conference]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, S. (2010, December). To fill this void land. Presented at Contained Memory. Wellington.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, S. (2010). To fill this void land. In Contained Memory Conference 2010(pp. 57 - 57). : Massey University and Te Papa
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2008, March). Art and Social Context. Project-based Learning in the Community. Presented at Project-Centered Learning Workshop. Massachusetts Institute of Teachnology, Cambridge, MA, United States.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ., Shannon, C., & Wensley, C.(2008). The role of social context and/or external partners in project centered learning. . Massachusetts Institute of Teachnology, Cambridge, USA
[Conference Other]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2007). In praise of contingent spaces: The educational project curation of Sally Tallant. In Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators (ANZAAE) 2007 Conference(pp. 48). , 2007 Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators: Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2007, July). In praise of contingent spaces: The educational project curation of Sally Tallant. Presented at Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators (ANZAAE) 2007 Conference. Wellington, NZ.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2007, October). Experiences with the PBRF assessment. Presented at Research Quality Framework International Moderation Panel Forum. Charles Darwin University, Darwin, NT.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S.

Other

Morgan, SJ. (2014, October). Propositions. Presented at The School of the Art Institute Chicago, USA. : A public presentation of the artist's research, in conversation with Nicholas Lowe.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S.
Morgan, SJ. (2007, April). In a hundred years of occupation. In Dartington College of Arts Research Seminar. Presented at Dartington College of Arts, Devon, UK.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Morgan, S.

Supervision and Teaching

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Supervisor 3 4
Co-supervisor 3 2

Courses Coordinated

Current Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • Michael Heynes - Doctor of Philosophy
    Approaching a digital sublime
  • Alison Lundy - Doctor of Philosophy
    'this domestic sublime'
  • David Guerin - Doctor of Philosophy
    Re-shaping a First World War Narrative: A sculptural memorialisation inspired by the letters and diaries of one New Zealand soldier.

Co-supervisor of:

  • Rebecca Patrick - Doctor of Philosophy
    The Wide Path The outside is not outside. Explorations of a Multiplicitous Landscape
  • Bruce Phillips - Doctor of Philosophy
    Decolonising the Curatorial Turn
  • Vanessa Gerrie - Doctor of Philosophy
    Fashion as Installation in an Age of the Runway Spectacle

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Supervisor of:

  • 2019 - Bronwyn Holloway-Smith - Doctor of Philosophy
    The Southern Cross Cable: A Tour: Art, the internet and national identify in Aotearoa New Zealand
  • 2018 - Sam Trubridge - Doctor of Philosophy
    Pelagic States: beyond nomadic and oceanic practices
  • 2017 - Tim Barlow - Doctor of Philosophy
    Caring Deception: Community art in the suburbs of Aotearoa (New Zealand)
  • 2011 - John Di Stefano - Doctor of Philosophy
    Moving images of home

Co-supervisor of:

  • 2014 - Peter Trevelyan - Doctor of Philosophy
    Orthogonal Orthodoxy
  • 2012 - Paul Melser - Doctor of Philosophy
    Pictures of the Body: Painting as Praxis

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