"5 South forms part of a new body of work influenced by architecture and dwellings. I have chosen to restrict my palette for these new works and will be mainly drawing on the colours found in hospitals. Chosen for their calming effects, these pale pinks, yellows, mauves and vivid turquoises punctuate our lives; at birth, death, and all the moments in between where we are most vulnerable; they illustrate our attempts to soften what can feel like a hostile environment. The sharp angles of 5 South's grey triangular base are tempered by the tactile green foam lining and the fluid curve of the snake it supports. For me, it says something about the symbiosis that exists between habitat and dweller." – Polly Morgan
Morgan's first work, fittingly shown at the Zoo Art Fair in London, caught the attention of the art world in 2005 and she has exhibited widely since, including at Other Criteria in London, Haunch of Venison, Pippy Houldsworth, Robilant + Voena, and White Cube, among others.
Her work features in promininent collections; both public and private including The New Art Gallery Walsall, Thomas Olbricht, Omer Koc, Anita Zabludowicz, Ivor Braka, David Roberts and Didier Casimiro.
She has recently been shortlisted for Women to Watch 2015, by the Washington Museum of Women in the Arts.