Martin (b. 1981) is a British artist with an interest in sound and language and their relationship to listening and meaning. His practice centres around experimental composition and improvisation but is demarcated by a wider and more nebulous border, and is defined by the search for it. There is an economy to much of his work, which is often contingent upon reciprocity.

He is currently researching relationships between auditory and visual perception and new ways of employing the primary devices with which we write music. His compositions have been performed by musicians from around the world while his work has been shown at The Barbican Centre, Modern Art Oxford and Arnolfini, and used commercially by Tate. He lives and works in Japan.

" is the result of a deeply personal, infinitely complex and still essentially mysterious exploration of experience. No words will ever touch it."             

George Brecht