Chris Pearson's work explores how modern technology is transforming the interior decorative hegemony established by William Morris in the late 19th century. Morris' romanticised, highly decorative organic rhythms were in ideological opposition to the period's industrialisation. As a master of the at pattern, the repeats of Morris' designs were determined - at least in theory - by Arts and Crafts production methods. Pearson has created dynamic surfaces that reference Morris' most famous ...
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