Torrie Groening is an artist based in Vancouver. She makes use of new and traditional technologies to create installations and photographs that reflect a personal investment in the peripheral material of her studio. Culling from her own collections, she constructs elaborate still life scenes representative of a multi-linear and often auto-fictive narrative. Groening’s works are held in over 40 museum and public collections in Canada and the US, including the Burnaby Art Gallery; Maltwood Museum, Victoria; and the Palm Springs Art Museum. Recent exhibitions include The Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester; Foto Relevance Gallery, Houston; and International Print Center, New York.