Jennifer Martin (b. 1990) is based in London, working with photography, moving image, and installation. Her work operates in part as interventions and articulations of largely social-racial dynamics and lived experiences; an underlying provocation of a call to relook is threaded throughout Martin’s practice. A driving question of Martin’s recent work involves the role of art and media, more broadly, in the social and psychological construction of race and its intersection with representation, agency, nostalgia, and identification.

Martin graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art with a BA in Fine Art (2013) and will soon graduate from the Royal College of Art’s fine art MA programme (2018). In 2017 Martin 2017 Martin took part in Chisenhale Studio’s Studio4 Residency and the Durham Wharf Foundation Residency, holding workshops and events that took place across South London Gallery, The Showroom, and ICA London. Select exhibitions include: Live at Lychee One, Lychee One (London), RPS International Print Exhibition 259, Royal Albert Hall (London), Der Greif: A Process 2.0, Krawków Photomonth (Kraków), Getting Lost, Villa Iris (Santander), and Guest-Room, Galerie f5,6 (Munich).