Morgan Wedderspoon is an artist working in print media and found-object sculpture, including artist books and print-based installations. Her ongoing creative research explores the uneasiness of living in the ruins of late capitalism and the possibilities for collective healing and transformation. Wedderspoon is a graduate of Queen’s University (2009) and holds an MFA in Printmaking from the University of Alberta (2016). Recent solo exhibition sites include the John & Maggie Mitchell Art Gallery, MacEwan University (Edmonton), Open Studio (Toronto), and SNAP Gallery (Edmonton). Recent group exhibition sites include the Novosibirsk State Art Museum (Russia), Taoxichuan Art Museum (China), Bunkier Sztuki Gallery of Contemporary Art (Poland), and the Petrocultures 2018 Conference (Scotland). Wedderspoon is a recipient of the Special Award of the Rector of the Fine Arts Academy in Katowice (International Print Triennial Society, Krakòw, Poland) and a Research and Creation Grant (Canada Council for the Arts) for a project with collaborator Angela Snieder. Wedderspoon currently lives in Hamilton, Ontario, and teaches printmaking remotely at Queen's University.