Colorado-based artist, Delaney Logan Gardner-Sweeney uses installation, performance, and durational sculpture to create spaces that require the radical sharing of intimate experiences. Her queer identity and willingness to embrace vulnerability informs the theoretical framework of her practice as she works to understand the importance of a right to be public - as opposed to a right to privacy. Gardner-Sweeney has shown work in multiple group exhibitions at the University of Colorado, Boulder as well as exhibitions at Agnes Scott College in Decatur GA, Rancho La Florida in Antonito CO, and Galleria Artificio in Meta Columbia. Her writing and projects have been published in multiple collaborative publications including San Luis Valley (2019), On Collecting (2019), and Ecology of Practice (2020). 
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