Nina Fisher (b.2000) is a multimedia artist and designer from Milan. Nina began her fine art education in Italy, studying Modern art history and practising figure drawing. In 2018, dissatisfied by the overly classical, almost stagnant approach of the Italian art school, she moved to the UK to study Illustration at the University of Brighton. Her undergraduate studies focused on expanding the practice of illustration through experimental play and multimedia approaches. Whilst at Brighton, Nina built a portfolio of oneiric imagery inspired by re-developed childhood memories and dreamscapes. After a one year break from academia, she enrolled in postgraduate studies at the RCA with the intention of further opening her practice which she felt had reached a point of stasis.
In this past year, Nina has been investigating methods of image deterioration, partly driven by a desire to lose a degree of agency which the unpredictable qualities of organic decay allow for.
2022-2023 Ma Visual Communication, Royal College of Art
2019-2021 Ba(Hons) Visual Communication (Illustration), University of Brighton
2021 Platform Graduate Award, Shortlisted
2021 Matchbox Film Awards, Animator Award
2021 Toronto Indie Short Film Festival, Finalist
2022 Royal Society of British Artists Annual Showcase, Mall Galleries, London
2021 MISC, Hoxton Arches, London