|Awards||Gerard Sekoto prize at the ABSA L'Atleier 2007|
Nina Barnett (born 1983) is a South African artist currently living and working in New York City. Her work is concerned with investigating urban spaces and narratives in the form of stop motion animations, video installations, sound installations and interventions made in urban landscapes. Barnett's practice addresses transition, distance, and exploration, both horizontal and vertical. Her past investigations also concern aspects of holes, mining, and depth through drawing, video, and sculpture. She has lived and worked in Johannesburg, Paris, and New York, and these experiences have a continual influence on her artwork. She often collaborates with Robyn Nesbitt.
- 2009, Direct Paris - A Solo Exhibition by Nina Barnett, Alliance Francaise South Africa
- 2009, Double Body, Fada Gallery, Johannesburg
- 2008, Near Sighted, Far Out at Harvestworks, New York
- 2008, The New Spell at David Krut Fine Arts, New York
- 2007, Spier Contemporary 2007, Stellenbosch, South Africa
- 2007, Armed Response Exhibition at the Goethe Institute in Johannesburg
- 2007, Absa Le'Atelier exhibition at the Absa gallery in Johannesburg
- 2006, Kazoo - Play, Action, Intervention in Public and Private Space - Premises Gallery, Johannesburg
- 2006, Sasol New Signatures exhibition - Pretoria Art Museum
- 2006, HIV: I Love You Positive Or Negative group show - Alliance Francaise Johannesburg
- 2006, Real Presence06 - Belgrade, Serbia
- 2006, Semblant group exhibition - Alliance Francaise, Johannesburg
- Pather, Jay (2007). Spier Contemporary 2007 Catalogue. Cape Town: Africa Centre. p. 257.
- "Artist Statement". Retrieved 19 April 2012.
- "Nina Barnett, Chaz Evans, Kasia Houlihan, Mark Kent, and Brendan Meara". Gallery 400. Retrieved 19 April 2012.
- "CV". Retrieved 19 April 2012.
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