Nabilah Nordin represented by Neon Parc

Melbourne gallery adds new artist to its stable.

Words: Maddy Matheson

Neon Parc is now representing Singaporean-Australian sculptor Nabilah Nordin, best known for her materially informed sculpture practice. Featured in Art Collector’s 50 things collectors should know issue earlier this year, Mariam Arcilla writes, “(Nordin) contorts items with cement, wood, foam, wire and paint, conjuring a tactile ecosystem of lopsided, hyperbolic forms and impasto-gooped palettes.” Read the full article here.

Nordin’s forthcoming exhibitions include Connect: Part Two at Footscray Community Arts Centre from 26 May, Birdbrush and Other Essentials at Heide Museum of Modern Art from 3 July and Connecting the World through Sculpture at Monash University Museum of Art from 14 July.

Image: Nabilah Nordin, Sculpture House (installation view), 2020. Photo: Christo Crocker. Courtesy: the artist and Neon Parc, Melbourne.


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