Colleen Collins is a bilingual Canadian interdisciplinary artist of Métis and Irish descent. Her praxis centers on ecophenomonology, temporality, the ouroboric and polyglotic. She has studied at the Burren College of Art in Ireland, the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, the University of New Brunswick and the Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design in New Zealand. She performs and exhibits in multiple media, including installation, video, photography, drawing, sound and music. She has done so across Canada and in the United States, as well as in New Zealand and across Europe. She lives and works in Nova Scotia with her partner David Trenaman.
Colleen Collins and David Trenaman met in London, Ontario, Canada in about 1994. And their band Construction & Destruction started in about 2005, or so. MUTATIS MUTANDIS is the fourth album they’ve put together together. They did so in Port Greville, Nova Scotia, where they’ve lived since 2003 in an old house by the sea. They record, themselves and others, in the Quarantine: their living room studio.
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