Nina Fraser (1984) b. St. Albans, UK, graduated in Textile Art from Winchester College of Arts (UK) in 2006, and is currently undertaking a Masters level course in Commissioning & Curating Contemporary Public Art from the University of Gothenburg, in Sweden.
Nina’s practice is multidisciplinary, exploring human interaction and relationship with the environment, in particular the dimension between personal and collective landscape and how these mutate through times of disruption and chaos.
Individual exhibitions include: "Home", Espaço Cultural Mercês, Lisbon, Portugal (2021); "TAXIS DERMA", Museum of Natural Science and History, Lisbon, Portugal (2019); and "Sublime", Mute Gallery, Lisbon, Portugal (2019). Nina’s collages have been published in magazines and books, including, most recently “Collage Care: Transforming Emotions & Life Experiences” edited by Kanyer Art Collection, 2021. Nina’s work is represented in the public and private collections worldwide.
She lives in Portugal, and works as artistic coordinator of Art & Craft Refúgio - a project integrating migrants and refugees in central Lisbon, with sponsorship from the Gulbenkian PARTIS & Art For Change fund.
Photography: Sarah Kilgallon