Morgan Green (they/she) is a Chicago-based artist-engineer and writer. She uses computer programming to work with and around language, making generated alphabets and texts. In this way, they frame tech and text as nested systems. They are interested in how these systems can be intrinsically queer, and yet fail the queer community. She frames this paradox as the result of humankind's strange relationship to machine intelligence: we see our devices simultaneously as our lifeless servants and immortal progeny. Green's work has been collected by public institutions including the Special Collections at Amherst College and the Riverside Public Library. In the fall of 2023, she will join the faculty of Allegheny College as an Assistant Professor of Computer and Information Science.
textfield photographs by Hannah Harris Green and Morgan Green
Gallery Intern: Alya Kautsaranti
Please note this is a volunteer-run gallery where the artist and the webmaster are all one person!
Contact Morgan at howshekilledit [at] gmail [dot] com