Darrin Martin engages the synesthetic qualities of perception through video, performance, sculpture, and print-based installations. Influenced by his own experiences with hearing loss, his projects consider notions of accessibility through the use of tactility, sonic analogies, and audio descriptions. He has held artist residencies at Cite Internationale des Arts, Eyebeam, Experimental Television Center, and Signal Culture. Martin also occasionally curates exhibitions and video screenings. Most recently, he co-curated the Photography and Video Retrospective of Recology Artist-in-Residence exhibition at SF Camerawork. He currently resides in San Francisco and teaches art at the University of California, Davis.