See Juno Morrow’s work in WTP Vol. VI #7
I am intoxicated by beautiful light and dramatic contrast. I am captivated by structure, geometry, and pattern. By decontextualizing mundane subjects, my hope is to expose emotionally raw undercurrents, instilling wonder. Visually, my work is used to deconstruct spatial relationships and explore dimensionality. My goal is to amplify the irrational attraction we feel toward these subject matters and entertain the hope of understanding why. Taking a more distant perspective, I hope to disrupt the dualism of objective/subjective reality, challenging traditional systemic notions of truth. With my work, I seek to break down the conventional binaries of abstract material and mental-physical as understood through our sensory and cognitive perception.”
Juno Morrow earned an MFA in Design and Technology from Parsons School of Design and is an assistant professor at Eugenio María de Hostos Community College, part of the City University of New York. They have exhibited across the United States and internationally.