Nadia Odlum is a multidisciplinary artist from Sydney, Australia. She creates immersive works that explore an intimate relationship with spatiality and urban architecture. Inspired by the abstract patterns and forms of the built environment, her work acts as a medium to reflect on how the body experiences space.

Nadia completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) at the National Art School in 2012, graduating with First Class Honours and the Award for Outstanding Academic Achievement. In 2016 she completed a Master of Fine Arts by research at UNSW Art & Design, for which she was a recipient of the Australian Postgraduate Award. She has presented work at the Art Gallery of NSW, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, the New York Transit Museum, The Murray Art Museum in Albury, Artspace, Firstdraft and Penrith Regional Gallery. She has completed residencies at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, The Wassaic Project in New York, Palazzo Monti in Italy and Parramatta Artists Studios in Sydney. Public art commissions have come from Urban Art Projects and Kaldor Public Art Projects. Nadia's work is held in private collections in Australia, the USA, Italy and the UK.

Interview at The Wassaic Project, by Drew Broderick

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Photo by Walker Esner

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