DATE: “Friday, August 9, 2013 – 5-7PM”
LOCATION: “Western L Station”

Haley Morgenstern

Hayley Morgenstern received her BFA from The School of The Museum of Fine Arts in conjunction with Tufts University. Her interdisciplinary performance practice crosses through fields of intellectual and creative discourses; including queer theory, performance studies and art history. Morgenstern’s photography and performance work has been shown nationally and internationally, including events and exhibitions at Anthony Greaney (Boston), Lumen Festival and Galerie Zurcher (New York) and Golden Thread Gallery (Belfast). Morgenstern has contributed and participated in performance works and projects by: Amanda Coogan (The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) and Raphael Montañez Ortiz (The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston). Morgenstern has been working on the collaborative performance-based project It Might Get Better with Creighton Baxter since 2011 and recently finished a role in interdisciplinary artist Sarah Hill’s new video The Yellow Wallpaper.

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