Martha Orbach is a visual artist based in Glasgow. She makes work about our relationship with our environment, migration, how we speak about the unspeakable, or make a home in the aftermath. She often works with drawing, printmaking, and moving image, combining analogue and digital processes, text and image, fact and fiction.

A collaborative character, she's worked with musicians, communities, and scientists, including at Bethlem Royal Hospital, TATE, and Freedom from Torture. She studied at the University of East Anglia, London College of Communication and Camberwell College of Art.

She's one half of lanscape based printmaking collaboration Printwalks > and a plant geek who's studied with the RHS and at Great Dixter, co-run Culpeper Community Garden and the gardening programmes for Room to Heal. She was funded by the Merlin Trust to visit Japan and the U.S to learn about urban gardens and wellbeing.

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