Last chance to see 2021 Public Art Trail

Autonomous Morris

Enjoy a temporary sculptural installation by artist Zak Ové's as part of Kensington + Chelsea Art Week's 2021 Public Art Trail.

What to expect

Standing at approximately 3-metres high, Autonomous Morris is a monumental sculpture made from deconstructed and collaged vintage car parts, welded together to produce a futuristic yet retro, cross-cultural totemic mask.

Originally commissioned for the Smithson Plaza in Mayfair London in 2018, Autonomous Morris is a motorised ‘Macco’ – a person who involves themselves in other people’s business for the purpose of gossip and posterity. Ové’s sculpture references his interest in the sculptural aspects of cars, using them to represent geographical movement, historical documentation, protection and nostalgia.

No pre-booking needed.


224-238 Kensington High Street, London W8 6AG

About Zak Ové

Zak Ové is a London based multidisciplinary artist working in film, sculpture and photography to reclaim old world mythologies in new world source materials and technologies.

Public Art Trail

Each year, KCAW presents thought-provoking installations and murals. From 24 June, the Art Trail will take up residence at beautiful and iconic sites including the Design Museum and Napoleon Garden in Holland Park.