Nadine Hattom (b. 1980, Baghdad, Iraq) grew up in Abu Dhabi, UAE, before migrating to Australia. Hattom studied Photomedia at the College of Fine Arts, Sydney, and is now based in Berlin.

Taking a reading of landscape as a cultural process as her starting point and working with photography and sculpture, Hattom’s work is an exploration of space and place, unravelling narratives of migration, region, representation, and landscape.

We can’t deny that the landscapes we produce are embodied within the identities we assume.

Hattom has exhibited at the 57th Venice Biennale Iraq Pavilion, Venice (2017), Arti et Amicitiae, Amsterdam (2017), Fotomuseum, Antwerp (2017), and the Marrakech Biennale 6th Edition Parallel Projects (2016). Hattom was selected for the 2018 Berlin Program for Artists postgraduate program with Angela Bulloch, Simon Denny and Willem de Rooij.