Martha Rosler work focuses on the public , exploring issues from everyday life and the media to architecture and environment, typically with its relationship to women. Rosler's photomontage play a role on her depiction of war and national security, and conduct of war abroad. Many of her works have traveled and lasted for several years. Her media of choice have included photomontage and photo-text, as well as video, sculpture, and installation.She consider herself feminist and her pieces to open for conversation. She has been able to publish books and have them translated in latin as well. She has slight vintage theme with images of the 80s for her photomontages and filters used .