b. T B C

Morus Quin is a Naarm based artist working across, performance, printmaking, painting and jewellery. Quin’s work maps out culturally modified perspectives of the body, inhabiting both feminist and medical perspectives. They unravel the impacts of trauma on the body, seeking to understand the body’s processes of activity and decay in response to trauma.

Through their Chinese and American background and her studies in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Quin works to expand our cultural narratives of both the body and identity and bring this expanse into a colliding, clashing and harmonsing unity.

For inquiries and commissions contact:

Email: morusquin@gmail.com

Instagram: morus.quin

E D U C A T I O N 

2014 - 2018 Bachelor of Fine Arts, National Art School, Sydney

2020 - Current Bachelor of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Western Sydney Univeristy

A W A R D S   +   G R A N T S 

2020 - Inner West Council Creative and Cultural Reslience Grant

2018 - National Art School Studio W Exhibition

2015 - William Fletcher Foundation Grant 

E X H I B I T I O N S 

UPCOMING July - Firsdraft Sydney

2021 - Behind the Roller Door, Backyart Collective, Sydney

2021 - Untitled, Traffic Jams Gallery, Nuetral Bay Sydney

2021 - Tear Drop Emoji, Point Five Gallery, Sydney

2021 - Urban Planning at Sustainable Share Houses, Sydney

2021 - Pop Crimes, Performance at Join the Dots, Sydney

2020 - Sustainable Share Houses Launch, Sydney

2020 - Tough Love, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne

2019 - Inner West Studio Trail, Marrickville

2019 - Line of Consciousness, Ambush Gallery, Sydney

2019 - Studio W, Woolloomooloo, Sydney 

2019 - Dark Cinema, Performance at 107 Projects. Redfern, Sydney

2018 - National Art School Undergraduate Show  - Darlinghurst, Sydney

2018 - Women In Music Empowerment Day, Performance at Miss Peaches, Sydney

2018 - Bedrock Collective Birthday Blow Out. Collaborative performance with Henry Holder, Sydney

2018 - Femmyurism, Yellow Dot Gallery, Newtown

2018 - Nodding Puppets, Tekminimal, Petersham

2018 - Wild Things, Performance at PACT Theatre, Sydney

2018 - Dark Cinema #2, Flow Studios, Sydney

2018 - Yeah Nah Yeah #9, Marrickville

2018 - Moonlit Words , Flow Studios, Sydney

2018 - Early Morning Hideout, Alpha House Gallery

2018 - Momentary, Gallery Aurora, Sydney

2017 - National Art School Drawing Graduate Exhibition

2017 - The Beholders Eye, Gallery Aurora, Sydney

2016 - Yeah Nah Yeah, Marrickville

2016 - Heavy Gaze Exhibition, Gallery 504


2020 - Soft Stir Magazine Issue #1 

2020 - Interview with Fluid Thinking Magazine 

2018 - Happy Mag Interview

2018 - Sydney vs Sydney Yeah Nah Yeah 


I pay my respects to the First Nation custodians of this land and to those who continue to act in a custodial way towards this land. My practice takes place on the grounds of Gadigal and Wangal Land of the Eora Nation.

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