Nina Juniper graduated in 2012 from Curtin University in Western Australia with a Bachelor of Humanities (Fine Art), receiving the Fine Art Graduate Award. Whilst there she majored in Printmaking and was given the opportunity to study under the tutelage of many professional practitioners including Susanna Castleden and Harry Hummerston becoming particularly interested in screen printing. She has worked at the Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth Institute for Contemporary Art and was previously the Printmaking Technician at Curtin University before working currently as the Printmaking Studio Technician at the National Art School where she continues to expand her knowledge of printmaking. Her practice is concerned with public spaces, the built environment and its related spatial history exploring themes that are focused on local, site specific space and research into functionality and design.
Areas of Specialisation:
Nina’s particular areas of interest and specialisation within her own work include screen printing, photography, artist books’ and zines as well as having skills in a range of printmaking processes from etching to relief printing.