Morgan Sheridan is a multidisciplinary artist from Atlanta, Georgia working and living in Brooklyn, NY. Working in sculpture, photo, performance, and installation, Sheridan’s work surrounds themes of queerness and intimacy. Her work acts as a set of critiques to the standard ideas of intimacy. She is completely enamored by larger ideas such as loss, falling in and out of love, and tending to oneself and the process of getting back into your own body, as well as small details such as dirty laundry, hair, and the back of a knee all resonate on a similar plane in terms of their degrees of intimacy. She asks you to re-evaluate the standard ideas of intimacy, challenge yourself on how you encounter language, and think through queer world making/queerness as a lens.