Raewyn Martyn

Raewyn Martyn is an artist living in Te Whanganui-a-Tara. She works in attentive occupation of sites and situations to produce works that change over time, challenging stability and temporality of painted surface, medium, and site. Surface often transforms into material, decomposing, reconfiguring and reproducing. Raewyn has an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from VCUArts, VA. and was visiting assistant professor at Antioch College OH, and a researcher at Jan van Eyck Academy in NL. She is a PhD candidate at Massey University College of Creative Arts.

CIRCUIT Projects

Home Movies, Wellington (2019) 

Selected Exhibitions

2020

Flat Earthers, The Engine Room, Wellington
Greywacke love poems: returns, Wellington Public Art project

2019
Home Movies, CIRCUIT / AURA Festival of Artist Moving Images, Wellington 
Greywacke love poems: returns, Wellington Public Art project
The Slipping Away, Gus Fisher Art Gallery, Auckland
Greywacke love poems, Courtenay Place lightboxes, Wellington

2018
The Art of Forgetting, Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht, Netherlands 
Not standing still, Blue Oyster art project space, Dunedin

2017
The Fox and the Grapes, Kunstvereniging Diepenheim, Netherlands
Edward Hines National Forest (with Sara Black), Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago, USA 
Materiality of the Invisible, Marres House of Contemporary Culture, Maastricht, Netherlands
Non-Human Narratives, Jan van Eyck Academy, Maastricht, Netherlands 
Out of Site - Works from the Victoria University of Wellington Art Collection, Adam Art Gallery, Wellington

2013
Public Good, RAMP gallery, Hamilton; Waikato Museum of Art, Hamilton
Frankenkein, VCU Arts FAB Gallery, Virginia, USA

2012
The Obstinate Object, City Gallery Wellington
Glover Park Modifications project, Wellington
Field Recordings, The Physics Room, Christchurch