Cognitive Restortions- Decatastrophizing Hyper Personalization
Nina Isabelle is a process-based multidisciplinary conceptual artist. Her projects reference process as a method of inquiry to identify and resolve schisms of language and perception. She refers to the tangible outcomes of her process (including sculpture, video, text manuals, garments, drawings, paintings, etc,) as “process artifacts” that function as documents of her findings. She has presented work at Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts in NYC, Queens Museum, San Diego Art Institute, Judson Memorial Church, and internationally at Czong Institute for Contemporary Art and NA Gallery in South Korea, among others.