Jennifer Murphy is a Toronto/Tkaronto based artist working in collage, assemblage, and sculpture using upcycled and reclaimed materials. She examines the interconnectedness of nature and ideas related to ecological mourning through lenses of beauty, chance, transformation, and materiality. Murphy has exhibited both nationally and internationally including exhibitions at White Columns (New York), The Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver), Galerie Kunstbuero (Vienna), The Power Plant (Toronto), MOCA (Los Angeles), Oakville Galleries (Oakville), Gallery 44 (Toronto) and 8eleven (Toronto). She is the recipient of numerous grants and awards and has been long listed twice for Canada’s prestigious Sobey Art Award. Murphy has been an artist in residence at the Banff Centre's A Paper A Drawing A Mountain thematic residency and recently attended the Alternative Art School’s Culture of Nature: Animals in Art led by Mark Dion. She is represented by the Clint Roenisch Gallery in Toronto.