Jenine Marsh (Canadian, b. 1984) is an artist based in Toronto who uses sculpture and installation to explore themes of agency, mortality and value. She uses coins as well as other paraphernalia of exchange through serialized processes of destruction and transformation to cultivate illicit and intimate responses to the shared conditions of end-stage capitalism. Marsh received a BFA from the Alberta University of the Arts, and an MFA from the University of Guelph. Marsh’s work has been exhibited at Cooper Cole, Toronto; Franz Kaka, Toronto; Centre Clark, Montreal; Vie d’ange, Montreal; Griffin Art Projects, Vancouver; Gianni Manhattan, Vienna; Union Pacific, London; Night Gallery, Los Angeles; Essex Flowers, New York; Palais de Tokyo, Paris; OSL Contemporary, Oslo; Entrée Gallery; and Lulu, Mexico City. She has been artist in residence at the Banff Centre for the Arts; AiR Bergen at USF Verftet, Bergen; La Datcha, Berlin; Rupert, Vilnius; and Vermont Studio Center, Johnson.