Kristen Morgin is an artist based in Los Angeles who is known for her incredible feats with fired and unfired clay in creating sculptures that conjure the past as they seemingly mimic a variety of enchanting, though a little worse-for-wear, memorabilia. L. A. Times art critic Christopher Knight comments, “Melancholy does not merely waft into the atmosphere from Kristen Morgin's elaborately crafted clay, wire, and wood sculptures. It pours forth in torrents, filling the gallery with sadness that it is palpable and almost unbearable.” Such responses have won Morgin inclusion in exhibitions such as the New Museum’s inaugural Unmonumental and Thing, an exhibition of the most innovative contemporary sculpture by 20 of Los Angeles’s up and coming young artists. For Tuesday Evenings, Morgin shares the thoughts and processes that guide her work.