'Nanda Raemansky (1980) is a multidisciplinary painter from Eede, a small bordervillage in the SouthWest of the Netherlands in the delta area, where Belgium and Holland meet. Before creating her own workshop and obtaining professional education, she began her artistic practice autonomously in 2003.
Talking about her creative path Nanda writes, “With such a background I can’t help but feel passionate about freedom and those who are brave enough to claim this. In my body of work I try to explore themes, mostly surroundings, that relate to freedom. In prospect of this, as a creative person, I have a special niche for the world of artistic/creative subcultures and the way they evolve.”
Themes of Nanda’s work often point back to the artistic, musical and largely anacho-communist environment of her childhood. Her practice is a careful methodology of medium manipulation, and she often starts with capturing her subject in photographs. She holds a degree in experimental painting from De Academie voor Beeldende Kunst in Ghent (Belgium).'
- Pushkinskaya-10 art centre.