Morgan’s recent work explores the balance of control and freedom in her process, manifested in a mashing up of low contrast flesh tones with wild, neon color schemes; hard edges with fuzzed out airbrush gradients; smooth, flat shapes with painterly marks and rough, sandy textures; and wonky, irregular forms with geometric curves and angles. The resulting optical abstractions play on the absurd in pop culture, current events, the mall, the internet, common street trash, consumerism, and personal experience. In her series “E! True Hollywood Stork,” she uses black and white to explore a pared-down language of irregular shapes fitting into regular confines. Morgan lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.