Morgan Hogg is an artist based on unceded Dhurag land. Hogg is a recent graduate at Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney. She is currently completing her Visual Arts Honours year at Sydney Collage of the Arts.
Hogg explores the identities within the Pacific Islands, and the cultural impact modern day has on traditional standards. Through the perspective of her Indigenous Cook Island and Anglo-Saxon heritage, Hogg utilises installation and performances as visual representations of the ongoing issues within the Pacific Islands.
Hogg has recently exhibited with First Draft and Beirut Art Centre in an online exhibition for The Only Thing Left is to Leave, as well as with Arab Theatre Studios and Art Month for the Live night collaboration. She will soon be exhibiting with Suite7a for a collection of culturally involved works. As well as with PICA, for the Hatched National Graduate Show for her work Ranginui + Papatūānuku. Hogg has produced work for Performance Spaces Live Dreams: Ancestry in 2021, curated by Nisha Madhan, with her performative video work Māmā, an ode to her Cook Island ancestral ties.
LIVE DREAMS, Liveworks 2021
LIVE DREAMS: DISTANCE, 2022