Denise St Marie and Timothy Walker are Interdisciplinary Artists investigating the constructed nature of human perception. Their work experiments with built environments, language, the prosthetic quality of objects, digital work, new media, tech-art, temporary public art, social practice and the consequence of dialogical exchange. Their process of making intersects post-conceptualism, iterative creation and thoughtful play.
They began collectively presenting work in 2009 under their alternate name TIMEANDDESIRE. They have since installed temporary work in Japan, China, parts of North America including Las Vegas, Chicago, Detroit, Victoria BC, the Canadian Prairies, the Niagara Region, Windsor, London, Toronto and Montreal. In 2016 they both received the Keith & Win Shantz International Fellowship and traveled to New York to live/work while conducting further research into tech-art and art activism at Steve Lambert's studio. At this time St Marie received funding from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada for her own research into 'Social Currency'.
In 2018 Denise St Marie and Timothy Walker were both individually awarded a Canadian Governor General’s Gold Medal for their academic achievements at the University of Waterloo.
Currently they are based out of the Tri-Cities, Ontario, Canada.