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Huge bonfires are lit by Protestants in Northern Ireland on July 12 each year, as part of the celebrations of the 1690 Battle of the Boyne. They are made from wooden pallets, tires, and garbage. To the Protestants, they are symbols of identity affirmation; to the Catholics, they mean arrogance and humiliation.
Martin is interested in the dynamics of the systems of powers confronted with their limits which he takes advantage of through an interdisciplinary practice, combining painting, video installation and documentary cinema. In 2016, during the Prends ça court! award ceremony, he received the best editiong and best sound design award.