Through the materials she uses and subjects she tackles, Marguerite Day's drawings, crochets, and mixed media installations challenge artistic and cultural conventions. Her work is often installation-based and references the human body and constructs of gender.
Marguerite's work has appeared in exhibitions and art fairs in New York City and major cities around the country, as well as in Europe and China. Marguerite received an MFA from Penn State's School of Visual Arts and has been awarded residencies at the AICAD Studio Residency in DUMBO, Brooklyn, and SAW Residency in upstate NY. She is originally from Atlanta and lives and works in New York.