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Martha Walker

Martha Walker attended Pratt Institute from 1971-1976, and went back for her Masters Degree from 1999 – 2001, graduating with honors.

Her father was a medical researcher, and Martha frequented the laboratory, viewing microorganisms under the microscope, which served as a fundamental visual influence. Moving frequently, Martha became aware of what it meant to be an outsider, looking in, especially in Europe, where she acquainted herself with survivors of the Holocaust.  This had a profound effect on her, resulting in work occasionally themed by Jewish identity and the Holocaust. 

Rise and Fall - 2008
Pearl Part Separate on Floor
Hourglass - 2009
Kokopelli
Up in Smoke
Nevermore