Nadege Philippe-Janon

Nadege is an artist based in Hobart whose work sits somewhere between science, personal narrative, nature and culture. She critiques human relations with the non-human world and creates installations by manipulating materials such as salt, glass, rock and metal, as well as animation, video, light, technology, text and sound. Past works have employed weather data to create responsive installations, and harnessed the sun’s radiant heat to melt metals.

After commencing a degree in Environmental Science, Nadege studied at the Queensland College of Art and Tasmanian College of the Arts. She was the 2017 recipient of Contemporary Art Tasmania’s Shotgun program and has undertaken residencies in Australia, Japan, France, USA and Korea.