Anna Nazzari is a Perth based artist. Her practice focuses on the investigation of mythological tales, superstitions and unusual events that emphasise moral certainty and foster a reading of the absurd. Her work is often painstakingly made and combines old world skills with contemporary art processes to aesthetically convey the contradictory or futile facets of life. In 2011, she completed a Doctorate of Philosophy (Art), which analysed the absurd fate of gender ambiguous narratives. Her art practice primarily accommodates 3-Dimensional form but can also incorporate video, drawing and photography. Nazzari currently works as a Lecturer at Curtin University’s School of Design and Art, OUA Art Studies Program.