Nadia Binti Nizamudin (b. 1984, Kuala Lumpur) is a visual artist, working primarily on textile painting and mixed media collage. She lives and works in Kuala Lumpur. Her artwork focuses on found, reclaimed or recycled materials and is always represented by bold and bright colors. Both her collage and textile painting carry narratives around loss, relationships and hope.
Nadia received her BEng. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the University of Technology Petronas in 2007 and is currently an Instrument Engineer in the oil and gas industry. She has retained an art practice since her university days, alternating between printmaking, collage, painting, and currently embroidery and textile work.
She has exhibited widely, most notably at Cult Gallery (2019) and Bank Negara Malaysia (2018) and internationally with Spilt Milk Gallery, in Edinburgh (2019). Nadia was also selected for the Art Girl Rising residency at Sepat House (2019). She has been interviewed by Kaylan Buteyn for the Artist/Mother Podcast, in which she talks about juggling her technical career with her art practice and motherhood.
Nadia is represented by London online gallery Subject Matter Art.