LOUIS MOREL

Louis Morel works across drawing, sculpture, creative writing and games design, “exploring the line between cute, creepy and well-weird”. Louis is an autistic artist who suffers with a chronic pain condition and severe sensory processing issues. This means he is extremely sensitive to sounds and smells in particular, making it very difficult for him to leave the house. Making art has been a way for him to process trauma and find meaningful ways of interacting with the world.

In Louis’ words:

This body of work titled ‘Love letter to LRR’ pays homage to the YouTuber whose videos
helped him through difficult times. A series of bold, red digital drawings of fantastical
characters are presented on block colour backgrounds. Other characters appear as
sculptures, some almost human scale - you could imagine wearing them as a costume or
second skin - with others affectionately smaller in scale. The work can be explored further in
an interactive narrative online.
Louis says: “Scan the red QR code to play a game with me.”

@louismorelart

LOUIS MOREL

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Louis Morel works across drawing, sculpture, creative writing and games design, “exploring the line between cute, creepy and well-weird”. Louis is an autistic artist who suffers with a chronic pain condition and severe sensory processing issues. This means he is extremely sensitive to sounds and smells in particular, making it very difficult for him to leave the house. Making art has been a way for him to process trauma and find meaningful ways of interacting with the world.

In Louis’ words:

This body of work titled ‘Love letter to LRR’ pays homage to the YouTuber whose videos
helped him through difficult times. A series of bold, red digital drawings of fantastical
characters are presented on block colour backgrounds. Other characters appear as
sculptures, some almost human scale - you could imagine wearing them as a costume or
second skin - with others affectionately smaller in scale. The work can be explored further in
an interactive narrative online.
Louis says: “Scan the red QR code to play a game with me.”

@louismorelart

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