Morgan Lectures at The Laboratory Collective

Invitation

Lisa Z. Morgan (Lecturer, Digital + Media) recently gave a talk called Pushing the Pink at the Laboratory Arts Collective meeting entitled ‘The Weekend of Dangerous Minds’ organized by  Marie-Louise Sciò (BArch ’00). Morgan’s talk combined readings, musings, and propositions themed around the concept of Desire.

Morgan left her audience to contemplate three propositions:

To contemplate the space that lives with-in where desire and creativity originates. What is the scale or expanse of this space and does this correlate to the capacity required to conjure/pursue/build upon an idea?

What was the first object of desire and does this in any way connect with what you do now in your creative work/output?

Prior to the reading a small grey box was brought into the wood paneled library on a silver platter and placed on a high shelf to the side of me. This box contained a bottle of the perfume that I created as an art piece in 2001 entitled “Pink-ness No. 6” In describing the scent, I asked the audience to imagine how the perfume might smell. The bottle remained sealed and could not be inhaled. It became the physical representation of Desire.

 

 

Desire, Lisa Z. Morgan, Marie-Louise Sciò, Weekend of Dangerous Minds