Like the myth of Pandora, Laura Moreton-Griffiths’ work might be seen as a kind of theodicy, addressing the question of why there is evil in the world... [her practice embodies] a keen sense of what is right and wrong in this world and a desire to unpick and understand the seemingly incomprehensible... 
Read the full essay by Anna McNay, Art writer and Assistant Editor, Art Quarterly (Art Fund) here
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Laura Moreton-Griffiths threads together moments from diverse narratives of violence, loneliness, bravery, and ostracism.
Read the full text with introductom by Tom Jeffreys here
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Moreton-Griffiths work captivated our audiences and illuminated the space.
Michael Smythe, curator Phytology, artist led project at the Bethnal Green Nature Reserve
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