Harun Morrison

an overgrown garden with plants including grasses, shrubs and huge weeds is situated in front of a low rise 1970's towerblock courtyard. It is a summer day with warm lighting
Harun Morrison, Mind Garden, 2021; courtesy the artist.
A Black man uses a saw to prune a shrub with green leaves that is growing in the cracks between a wall and a concrete surface. He wears green trainers and to the left is a ladder on the ground.
Mind Garden in Progress. Image Credit Hannah Fincham

Harun Morrison is an artist and writer based on the inland waterways. He is the 20/21 recipient of the Wheatley Fine Art Fellowship, hosted by Birmingham School of Art, Birmingham City University and Eastside Projects; where his recent solo exhibition 'Experiments With Everyday Objects' ran this summer. His forthcoming novel, The Escape Artist will be published by Book Works in 2022. Since 2006, Harun has collaborated with Helen Walker in the collective practice They Are Here.

Harun is currently resident at Delfina Foundation & Horniman Museum and forthcoming Designer and Researcher in Residence at V&A Dundee. He is also a trustee of the Black Cultural Archives (est. 1981).

Follow Harun at @harunishere