Nadege Meriau takes organic subject matter - food, plants, insects, vegetation - and re-presents it to disorientate the viewer. Utilising photography, sculpture and installation, central to her practice is the concept of dwelling, drawing out parallels between manmade and organic architecture. Exploring in particular notions of the sublime, her work shows nature creeping into the cracks in contemporary urban living. Nadege was shortlisted for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries and the Conran Award in 2011, nominated for the Arts Foundation Fellowship 2012, the Arles Prix Decouverte 2012 and more recently the Prix Pictet 2014.
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