Martha went over a collection of her work, and I realized a trend in her process throughout the presentation: She collected loads of research before creating a piece to back up her concept. She experimented with a versatile set of mediums and gained mastery of them. She mostly created work based on feminism, politics, and oppression. I found her photomontages mesmerizing to look at. “Cargo Cult” particularly stood out to me— it features a set of cargos with images of white women applying makeup pasted on them, while men of color work to get them shipped out. She used her art as a way of speaking about something that was mostly ignored. People of color and other minorities are working in dangerous conditions, living in poverty, and making less income than the Caucasian population. I appreciate that Martha is thoughtful about her decisions and uses imagery to make a statement. It always seems that she releases her work at the necessary time.