The focus of Nikkita Morgan’s work stems from a response to political issues, relating to conflict and how they are negotiated through Fine Arts. Her practice focuses on the historic, contemporary, political and religious outlook of struggle and is viewed from the artists own personal perspective from growing up during the age we live in.
Morgan’s work pushes the boundaries of design by utilising conventional art-making materials and processes to produce mixed media textile artworks. This is fundamental to the production of the works as paper and steel are key to conveying ideas relating to the transience, fragility and damage; as a method of recording the emotions and the reactions that are so prevalent today. Throughout the works there is a continued balance between aesthetic and medium which provide the viewer a new understanding the works.