Martine Syms (b. 1988, lives los angeles, ca) artwork has been exhibited and screened extensively, including recent presentations at Bridget Donahue Gallery, the New Museum, Kunsthalle Bern, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Index Stockholm, MOCA Los Angeles, and MCA Chicago. She has lectured at Yale University, SXSW, California Institute of the Arts, University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins University, and MoMA PS1, among other venues. From 2007–11, Syms directed Golden Age, a project space focused on printed matter. She is the founder of Dominica, a publishing imprint dedicated to exploring blackness in visual culture. Forthcoming exhibitions include Electronic Superhighway (2016-1966), Whitechapel Gallery, London and Fact & Trouble, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.