Tanya Martusheff (b. 1983, Alberta, Canada. Lives and works in Auckland, New Zealand) explores human encounters with non-human things. Her installations involve the overlapping functions of material vitality that either benefit or hinder human-built environments. Her recent exhibitions include; Slough, RM (2020), Systems in Place/Systems of Placing, DEMO (2019), The Efficiency of Upright Walking, Pearce Gallery (2018), Tumble Dry, Canape Canopy (2016), Group Shower, FUZZYVIBES (2015). Martusheff holds an MFA from Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design, graduating in 2020.