Over the past twenty-five years Joey Morgan has produced many public works and multidisciplinary installations that have been exhibited both in urban waste lands as well as in museums and galleries in the United States, Australia, Denmark and France and in several places throughout Canada, notably, among others, at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, the Power Plant in Toronto, The Contemporary Museum of Montreal and at the Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff.
She represented Canada in 1992 at the Sydney Biennale in 1996 in Copenhagen's 96 Containers. She has received many prizes both for her work in the visual arts as well as for her publications. Holder of grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the British Columbia Cultural Fund and the Vermont Council for the Arts, Joey Morgan has also created sound compositions, artists books and video art.
Recently, she was showing at the Sherbrooke University gallery and at the Passerelle Art Center in Brest, France. Joey Morgan lives and works in the United States.