Nadege Philippe-Janon is an emerging artist currently based in Hobart, Tasmania. Her work explores the inextricably interlinked nature of systems, beings and materials, and spans across 2D/3D, installation, animation and video.
Since graduating from the Tasmanian College of Art with First Class Honours in 2013 Nadège Philippe-Janon has been awarded numerous grants and residencies, most recently a Marie Edwards Traveling Scholarship to support self-directed research at the Citè international des arts, Paris, and an Asialink grant to undertake a residency in Hokkaido, Japan. Recent exhibitions include: Mock Sun, a solo exhibition presented via Shotgun, Contemporary Art Tasmania (2017), Real Life Fantasies; curated by Patrice Sharkey, West Space (2017), New Alchemists, curated by Alicia King, (touring – Salamanca Arts Centre, TAS; University of Queensland Art Museum, QLD; Devonport Regional Gallery, TAS; and, Flinders University City Gallery, SA (2017/18)) Sound Traces, Tenjinyama Gallery, Japan (2016); Crossroads, Moonah Art Centre as part of Ten Days on the Island festival (2017), The Disillusioned James Gillies, Electrona 7054 Festival, Town Hall Underground, TAS (2015); and, Hatched, National Graduate Art Show, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, WA (2014). Nadege is the 2017 recipient of the Shotgun program, a partnership project between Contemporary Art Tasmania, Detached Cultural Organisation, and the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA). She is a current studio resident at Arts Tasmania.
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