b. 1988

I have to meet someone in their delusion and, with them, walk along it (to convince them it's just a story they were told and that they are retelling), while remembering not to fall for my own. 

Morgan Hamilton is a Floridian-New Mexican artist currently working in Florida, USA. He received his MFA from The University of Delaware, and his BFA from Florida State University. He has taught lens and digital media, webdesign, and design and culture courses for The University of Delaware. He served as the first Curatorial Fellow, and later associate curator, at The Delaware Contemporary. He is currently the Assistant Director at The Center for Undergraduate Research and Academic Engagement at Florida State University. He is a son of retired Navy Cryptologists and his childhood was spent moving all over the world, this lead to his love of culture and advocacy for tolerance. His work ranges from performance and video to sculpture and installation, exhibiting abroad and at home, from sea to shining sea. He is a transmedia artist and creates future realms whose bedrock is in our present experience.


Human Rights Art Show, Amnesty International at The Plant, Tallahasse, FL, 2018
621 Annual Art Auction,
621 Gallery, Tallahassee, FL, 2018
How To Filibuster Your Racist Family On Thanksgiving,
Tallahassee, FL, 2018
Featured Artist Interview. Create! Magazine. Issue XI, 2018. Wilmington, DE
On Madison, The Delaware Contemporary, Wilmington, DE, 2018
The Word of Several Million Years. The Aquifer Review, Univ. of Central Florida, FL, 2018
Night Of 100 Toasts, Invitational, Gallery Fritz, Santa Fe, NM, 2018
Being Together Is Not Enough, Five Years Gallery, London, UK, 2018
"Art Watch" Radio Interview, Westchester, PA, 2018
Change of State, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY, 2018
Skelf Site,, London, UK, 2018
Space Invaders, Fountain Street Gallery, Boston, MA, 2018
"Space Invaders: Exhibition Catalog". Print. Cover/Contributing artist, Boston MA, 2018
The Schwa Show, Greensville, NC, 2018
Portrait 2018, CICA Museum, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, 2018
PHILIC/PHOBIC, Pensacola Museum Of Art, Pensacola, FL, 2017
Visual AIDS, Visual AIDS, New York City, NY, 2017
SABA III, The Delaware Contemporary, Wilmington, DE 2017
unsaid, contributing artist, Gianna D, Florida International University, Fl, 2017
The New Departments, solo exhibition, Lil Street Gallery, Chicago, IL, 2017
Coming Soon, Co-host/contributing artist, Wassaic, NY, 2017
"Delaware Contemporary Gets Political", DelawarePublicMedia, 2017
"Intersection of Art And Technology",, 2017
"&", contributing writer, DelawareArtsInfo, 2017
"Humble Dispatch", article for Creators Vice, 2017
Lets Write A Bill!, solo exhibition, Practice Gallery, PA 2017
"The Feeling of Being In A Room With A Television", Speak Speak, 2017
Debtfair (participating artist), a project of Occupy Museums, Whitney Biennial 2017, Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC 2016
FOOD, Practice Gallery , PA 2016
Unsal, Merve, A Droll Thing. Print. Newark, DE: University of Delaware, 2016
Welcome To Nastroism, solo exhibition, 621 Gallery, FL 2016
Menses, Life Raft Zine Issue 2, 2016
Annual Art Auction, Tallahassee, FL 2016
The Art of Planetary Science, Pasadena, CA 2016
10 Minutes With The Artist, Memorial Union Gallery, ND 2016
Taking Issue, Memorial Union Gallery, ND 2016
N E W S L E T T E R, Issue XIII, 2016
We The People, ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL 2016
The Nastroism, Spiritual Text, The Church of Our Humyn of the Ascension, 2016
Farewell, The Delaware Contemporary, DE 2016
11% Opacity, Kunstraum Tapir, Berlin 2016
RBTL, American University, Washington D.C. 2016
New Times SLO, San Luis Obispo, CA 2015
SLO City News, San Luis Obispo, CA 2015
Savages, Steynberg Gallery, San Luis Obispo, CA 2015
Welcome, DCCA, DE 2015
The Hamilton Tribute, University of Delaware 2015
Pink, Salon 1522, Philadelphia, PA 2014
On The Right Side Of History: Where We All Went Wrong,
13 Walls Gallery, FL 2014
I Grew Up..., solo exhibition, Carnegie Fine Arts Building, FL 2013
We Da Ppl, Museum of Fine Arts, FL 2013
SIX III, Issue 3, Florida State University 2013
SIX II, Issue 2, Florida State University 2012
Yeti, Cover artists, Florida State University 2012
Metamorphosis, 621 Gallery, FL 2012
Tits: The 2nd Coming, Railroad Square, FL 2012
Art Scene Zine, Various Issues 2011-2014
Tits, The Far Side, FL 2011
12x12, 621 Gallery, FL 2011
Werks, solo exhibition, Railroad Square, FL 2011
Student Show, Pensacola State College, FL 2011


Wassaic Artist Residency, Wassaic, NY, 2017
Curatorial Fellowship, The Delaware Contemporary, 2016
A. Gray Magness Scholarship, University of Delaware, 2015
Mentored Research and Creative Endeavors Award, Florida State University, 2013
Mira Creative Arts Award for Visual Arts, Pensacola, Florida, 2006


MFA Studio Art, 2016, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
BFA Studio Art, 2013, Geography and Art History minors, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL


I’m Not There, Photography Juror, The Delaware Contemporary, 2019
Work By Beth Springer,
Curator, The Delaware Contemporary 2019
, Curator, The Delaware Contemporary, 2018
Introduction to Fourth Dimensionalism, The Delaware Contemporary, 2018
The Creative Act, 
Artwork by Michael Lindeman, Curator, The Delaware Contemporary, 2018
The Little Things, Curator, The Delaware Contemporary, 2018
Guardians of the Image Makers, Research and Curatorial lead, The Delaware Contemporary, 2018
The Canada Option, Artwork by Rebekah Flake, 2017
Art As Information, Curator, The Delaware Contemporary, 2017
Domestic: MFA Biennial 2017, Curator, The Delaware Contemporary, 2017
State of the Union/State of Mind, Curatorial Review, The Delaware Contemporary, 2017
Observe: 2017 Members' Juried Show, Curator, The Delaware Contemporary, 2017
Show The People What They've Won, Curator, The Delaware Contemporary, 2017
Contemporary Gala Art Auction, Juror, The Delaware Contemporary, 2017
We See The Stars, Curator, The Delaware Contemporary, 2016


Nancy Hamilton, Alice Bachim, Mary Birmingham, Stephanie Hamilton, Peter & Beth Schwenk, Caroline Keegan, Carrie Ann Baade, Alex Zastera, Wes Hamilton, John Birmingham II, Kati Touchstone, Haley Lauw, Elise Thompson, Neal Breton, Elizabeth Phelps, Amy Hicks


Wikipedian (Wikipedia Editor, 2018 - Present)
Flutist (1997 - Present)
Lived in Okinawa, Japan (1993 - 1997)
On IMDb (Stranger Things, 2008)