Morgan Davy, Full time, self taught, British outsider artist,
Spray painting the streets since 2001, and working with clients, running workshops and curating events since 2004.
Art residencies include: Lebanon, Africa, Malta, Bulgaria, Poland and Paris..
Art collectives include : TAA - RA - MSC - RMC - ETL - REK - PBC…
Most often known for his style of improvisational street art under the
name ‘MORGASMIK’, lesser known under such aliases as ‘MORGANARCHY’,
‘MORGANIC’ ‘ ‘MORGANISM’ which are used by the artist to portray a
vast range of explorational mediums and alternative creative platforms.
Art critic Nick Razzo once described one of Morgan’s pieces
"Like a sort of hypnagogic supernova all mixed up with Francis Bacon
and the brain scans of someone enjoying an orgasm. At one point it
seems like a sea of rare chemicals on a distant planet, at another it
resembles a monstrous bird. The attention to detail is awesome,
ensuring that if you are examining it from three inches away or 10 feet,
you get a mighty jolt of aesthetic pleasure. If this nature of art was a
genre of music, it could be found under a ’psychedelic surf-funk’ section!”
Almost as if an act of social, or self-therapy, each piece he paints in public, is like an an expressive
statement, or a peaceful protest in restoring the value of human potential & faith in Artistic freedom.
His intentions are to become a unique & personal experience to the viewer, stimulating new thought
patterns & imagination, inviting them to look within and awaken an inner depth of dormant senses,
breaking down possible conditioning and preconceived notions the viewer may have along the way,
whilst connecting with them through a mutual resonance in the universal language of Art & inspiration.
This is important to Morgan, as he witnesses and is sensitive to the dull lack of honest creativity
+ colour use in societies day-to-day capital, and with this motive, attempts to restore imbalances by
decorating urban grey matter with his rosy glow of colour vitality & free-flowing pattern undulation,
A calling to the direction of Art to be more inclusive, free and publicly accessible to wider audiences.