Nadia Odlum is a multidisciplinary artist from Sydney, Australia. She creates playful and immersive works that explore our intimate and shared relationships with space. Inspired by movement, patterns and forms within the built environment her works both mirror and abstract our surroundings. Often working site-specifically, her output spans sculpture, drawing, painting, installation and performance collaborations. Central to Odlum's practice is an investigation of our perceptual insights and how these can be activated to facilitate different, yet shared, experiences.

Odlum’s work has been shown in galleries and public spaces around the world. These include exhibitions at the Art Gallery of NSW, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and New York Transit Museum, as well as public art commissions for Urban Art Projects and Kaldor Public Art Projects. Significant awards include the Helen Lempriere Scholarship and the Dyason Bequest. She has completed residencies at Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, The Wassaic Project in New York, Palazzo Monti in Italy and Parramatta Artists’ Studios in Sydney. 

Interview at The Wassaic Project, by Drew Broderick

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Photo by Walker Esner

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