Jenn Figg and Matthew McCormack began collaborating in 2009, after recognizing mutual interests in energy, technology and the environment. They use a variety of materials including glass, textiles, metal, sound, video, and electronics to investigate the connections between ecology, industry, science and identity. Recent sculptures and installations explore sustainable kinetics as landscape, performance, and spiritual intervention.

Selected exhibitions and performances include Light City Baltimore, the Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh, PA; the Gund Gallery at Kenyon College in OH; with Step Afrika! in Washington, DC; The Art House at the Jones Center in Austin, TX; Virginia MOCA in Virginia Beach, VA; MOCA in Cleveland, OH; the Arlington Art Center in Arlington, VA; the Columbus Center for Science and Industry in Columbus, OH; The Print Center in Philadelphia, PA; the Toledo Museum of Art in Toledo, OH, the National Museum of Glass in Eskisehir, Turkey, and Project4 Gallery in Washington, DC.

Selected residencies and awards include the Toolmaker Residency at Signal Culture, the Mesaros Visiting Artist at Kenyon College, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Artist Residency, the MacDowell Colony artist residency, the School of Emerging Technologies Research Grant, the Great Lakes Colleges New Directions Initiative, the Franklin Park Conservatory Sculpture Grant, the Brython-Davis Research Fellowship and the University of California Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, Visual, Performing & Media Arts Award.

Figg graduated with a Ph.D. in Media, Art, and Text from Virginia Commonwealth University, an MFA form the University of California at Santa Barbara, and a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design. McCormack graduated with an MFA from Towson University and a BFA from the Ohio State University. Both teach at Towson University, where Figg is an Assistant Professor of Art. They live in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
 
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  Light Rig (Amplifier)
  Sea Grass
  Making Waves
  Invasive Ecologies
  Strata Extraction
  Luminescent Anthologies
  Night Magic
  Kinetic Light Instruments
  Perseids
  Subrural
  Labyrinth
  Passiflora Incarnata
  Datura
  Forest Thrall
  Blue Light District
  Solastalgia