Martha Mysko’s work blurs installation, sculpture, photography and video through the language of painting. Using found objects and images, as well as digital processes, her work evokes domestic space, consumerist culture, kitsch, and tropes within art history and pop culture. She works fluidly between the digital and the physical, allowing image and object, and representation and abstraction to become conflated. Martha is currently Artist-in-Residence and Co-Head of the Painting Department at Cranbrook Academy of Art, where she was Interim Artist-in-Residence from 2019-2020, and a Sabbatical Replacement in 2018. She has exhibited her work in numerous solo, group, two-person, and collaborative exhibitions since 2006 at venues including Marc Straus Gallery, Wasserman Projects, Library Street Collective, Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Sadie Halie Projects, Essex Flowers, FJORD Gallery, Elephant Art Space, Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, and Time Equities Inc.’s Art In Buildings Program among others. Martha earned her MFA in Painting from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2011.