Jennifer Martin (b. 1990) is a London based fine artist, writer, and lecturer working primarily with moving image, photography, and installation. Her broader research interests include racialised photography, the archive and oral narration, and ethical practice.
Martin's work typically starts from the place of the slippery image and questions the role of art and media in the social and psychological construction of race and citizenship through visual economies and cyclical narratives.
Martin is a graduate of the Royal College of Art (2018) and the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London (2013). She was awarded the Stuart Croft Foundation Education Award 2018, is artist-in-residence at Kingsgate Workshops 2019/20, and part of the FLAMIN Fellowship 2019.
Upcoming solo exhibitions and commissions include Primary, Nottingham, UK (2019); Turf Projects, London, UK (2019); Cypher BILLBOARDS, London, UK (2019). Recent group exhibitions include Aesthetica Art Prize, York, UK (2019); arebyte Gallery, London, UK (2018); Lychee One Gallery, London, UK (2017); and Fundación Botín, Santander, ES (2015).