Isabella Martin is a cross-‐disciplinary artist who explores how we develop and are formed by our perception of place. She uses language as a means of navigation, in an approach shaped by questioning, conversation and collaboration. Her work is context speciﬁc, driven by a synthesis between experimental play and active research, and ranges from outdoor interventions to performance and participatory projects. Isabella has exhibited nationally and internationally, and completed residencies in North America, Wales, Denmark and Japan. She is a member of the international curatorial and research collective Camp Little Hope, and an associate artist at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich and Kettles Yard, Cambridge. Currently based in the East of England, she graduated with a BA in Fine Art Sculpture from Brighton University in 2010.