Anna Marisa Martinez

Anna Martinez focuses her attention on commodification and the mass consumption of objects. Her installations—or, late capitalist still lifes—are a palimpsest of the visual merchandising strategies embedded in retail displays. Engaging the histories of design, fashion, photography, and architecture, Martinez’s collages, sculptures, and installations are constructed through careful consideration of viewership, which is to say, consumership.

Anna Marisa Martinez graduated with a BFA in painting from the Herron School of Art and Design in 2013. She currently works as a Visual Merchandiser, set and wardrobe stylist, and fashion display designer. She maintains a private studio practice in Jersey City, NJ.

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Minimalist Division by copy/culture Studio
Art Prize 2015


copy/culture is the collaborative effort of Taryn Cassella and Anna Martinez. Both artists graduated with a bachelor of fine arts in painting from the Herron School of Art and Design in 2013. copy/culture experiments with video art and performance as well as large scale installation.



"Minimalist Division" is a two part experimental installation. The first part of the piece is made up by rows of stanchions, where the participants will wait in line. From the line, they will see their destination is inside a mirrored cube. The experience inside the cube is a reflection of real life and the recent past. As artists, we (Copy Culture) want to gauge the reaction participants will have to anticlimactic art.