Emery Martin is a Los-Angeles based artist, filmmaker, and techie. Martin received a BFA in Experimental Animation from California Institute of the Arts and a MPS from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York Universityʼs Tisch School of the Arts.
His work primarily deals with social and political issues in relation to how people perceive and process information. Recent projects include The Neighborhood Network Watch, a simulation of a citizen based, government backed, network eavesdropping group fighting terrorism at the community level. Death, Destruction and the Weather Coming Up Next, an animated short that deals with the structures that surround how the media presents war and death and how people ingest this information stream.
Martinʼs textual analysis application, The Neighborhood Network Watch Keyword Analysis Application (NNWKAA), was included in the recent book “Programming From A to Z,” released by New York University. His work has recently shown at the Anthology Film Archive (NY), Hunter College, Milano Film Festival, the New York Art Book Fair, New York University, Sea & Space Explorations, Shelia C. Johnson Design Center at the New School, Taiwanese International Animation Festival and The Change You Want To See Gallery.