Rhonda Weppler (born in Winnipeg) and Trevor Mahovsky (born in Calgary) are San Francisco- and Vancouver-based artists who have worked collaboratively since 2004. Both artists have MFA degrees from the University of British Columbia, where they met in 1996.

Exhibits include: National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), Vancouver Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Alberta (Edmonton), Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver), LABoral (Gijon), Dos de Mayo (Madrid), Power Plant (Toronto), Musee d’art Contemporain (Montreal), Tokyo Wonder Site, loop-raum (Berlin), Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (Halifax), Open Space (Victoria), Art Gallery of Windsor, Dunlop Art Gallery (Regina), Mount Saint Vincent University Gallery (Halifax), Cambridge Galleries, Kelowna Art Gallery, Wells College (Aurora, NY), Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Lethbridge), Darling Foundry (Montreal).

Weppler’s work has also been exhibited at the Palazzo delle Papesse (Siena) and COCA (Seattle). Mahovsky’s work has been shown at the Queens Museum of Art (New York), and he has written for catalogues and journals such as Artforum and Canadian Art.

Residencies include: Artspace, Sydney, Australia; apexart in New York (Mahovsky); ISCP New York (Weppler). Their work is represented in public collections including the Musee d’art Contemporain de Montreal and the National Gallery of Canada.