24 November 2015 7pm
Join Mercer Union for a private visit to Jennifer Marman & Daniel Borins’ studio and current projects.
Free for Sustaining Members and above; open to other members and select non-members for $15. Refreshments will be served.
Meeting location will be announced to confirmed attendees closer to the date of the studio visit.
Jennifer Marman and Daniel Borins have been making large-format sculpture, mixed media, installation and electronic art since 2000. Marman received a BA from the University of Western Ontario, and Borins a BA from McGill University. Both Marman and Borins are also graduates of the Ontario College of Art and Design in 2001 – where they first began collaborating together. Marman and Borins’ work exists in both museum and public settings. In the fall of 2008 they participated in a group sculpture show at the National Gallery of Canada entitled Caught in the Act. In 2009 Marman and Borins completed a commission of a large-scale interactive work for the Martin Prosperity Institute at the Rotman School of Business. Amongst their recent public art projects in 2015 is a newly installed commission at the West Don Lands in Toronto. Regarding their recent exhibition record: in the fall of 2013, Marman and Borins had their first New York solo show at Cristin Tierney Gallery. From 2013 on, their solo exhibition The Collaborationists has been on tour; most recently in Canada at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, and at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Arizona. Marman and Borins are represented by Cristin Tierney Gallery in New York.
Image: Jennifer Marman & Daniel Borins, Pavilion of the Blind (2014)