Liberty Morey

Liberty Morey (they/them and he/him) is a queer interdisciplinary artist residing in Portland, OR. Their work draws from elements of trans identity, feminism, and capitalism in contemporary society. Liberty’s work strives to recenter personal identity as a source of strength to wield within the binary driven world. They are a proud art school drop out. For Gender Euphoria, Liberty will host a zine making workshop inviting participants to explore personal identity, gender, and bodies through a creative lens.


collage. 8.75″ x 9.75″. 2019


watercolor, acrylic. 5″ x 4.5″. 2020

Space Romantic

oil pastel, watercolor. 9″ x 12″. 2020


watercolor, acrylic. 6.25″ x 4″. 2020

True Neutral zine

True Neutral zine cover

8.5″ x 5.5″. 8 pages. 2017

True Neutral zine page 1

“There is no such thing as ‘the female form'”

True Neutral zine page 2

“Gender is over, did’nt you know?”

True Neutral zine page 3

“Your genders are dead and we can find peace in neutrality”

True Neutral zine page 4

“Bodies are cells and cells are nothing”

True Neutral zine page 5

“You decide it all. Be as neutral as a chemical”

True Neutral zine page 6

“As a chemical in a pill”

True Neutral zine page 7

“As a pill in a body”

True Neutral zine page 8

“There is no such thing as the female form”

In the Flesh zine

In the Flesh zine cover

8.5″ x 5.5″. 7 pages. 2020

In the Flesh zine page 1

“We offer memories in flooded daylight”

In the Flesh zine page 2

“Accumulating light signals in our eyes and storing them for later”

In the Flesh zine page 3

“In an instant, our DNA is so much more mysterious than we had realized”

In the Flesh zine page 4

“It’s easy to see organs and tissues as something daydreams can never escape but just because we don’t know everything doesn’t mean we know nothing”

In the Flesh zine page 5

“The observed body is suddenly changed”

In the Flesh zine page 6

“And it was the best trick. Every sip from your glass became slowed down”

In the Flesh zine page 7

“And from a wave of the mind’s eye, the comparative universe sped.”

“Gender euphoria for me comes from instances in which the body becomes abstracted outside the realm of the gender binary. To have no notion of feminine, masculine or any other confines is where true freedom of expression and existence reside. The work included in this exhibition explores this realm in which the body can be reduced to its cells and the organs and tissues become the stuff of daydreams or expansive landscapes.”

— Liberty Morey

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Gender Euphoria