Nina Josephson is a student at Oberlin College studying history and studio art. She works in both two and three dimensions, aiming to create realms of existence that are both playful and macabre. Using dead creatures and found objects, needle felted wool, printmaking methods, and traditional drawing, Nina works with dichotomies of the dark and the humorous, of life and death, of sanity and madness. Her work is an effort to highlight the thin lines that separates these opposing forces, and to question the extent to which these lines even exist.
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