Local Artist In Residence
Marina Day’s art making is a meditative form of experience and communication. She forms materials that are fragmentary yet familiar; old maps, prescriptions, ledgers, stamps, fabrics, children’s game pieces, journals. Her collages are missives documenting the precarious preciousness of life. Every scrap is used as evidence. Marina Day is represented by the Pavel Zoubok Gallery in New York. She attended Georgetown University in Washington D.C., and Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara, California. Her work is in the permanent collection at J. Thomas McCarthy Library at the Mount St. Mary’s Doheny Campus in Los Angeles.