Jennifer Marman (born in 1965) and Daniel Borins (born in 1974) have co-authored work since 2000. Marman holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Western Ontario, and Borins holds a BA in Art History from McGill University. Both artists have also obtained advanced degrees from the Ontario College of Art and Design. In a body of work encompassing installations, paintings, large-format sculpture, and electronic art, Marman and Borins contextualize visual art squarely within everyday life while simultaneously referring to and reassessing twentieth century art history. Solo exhibitions include the Art Gallery of Ontario (Ontario), the Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Alberta), Robert McLaughlin Gallery (Ontario), the Art Gallery of Hamilton (Hamilton), and the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art (AZ). Select group exhibitions include The Power Plant (Toronto), the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale (Hong Kong and Shenzhen), and the National Gallery of Canada (Canada). Their work is held in several notable public collections, including the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), and the City of Toronto. Public commissions include Water Guardians at the Water Front Toronto, Dodecadandy for the City of Toronto and Toronto Transit Commissionworks, and Google for The Martin Prosperity Institute at the University of Toronto. The artists live and work in Toronto.