Nadège's work encompasses photography, sculptural installations and video work. Best known for her use of organic matter - bread, chicken carcasses, honeycomb - her visceral and sensuous imagery both seduces and disorientates. Spaces are ambiguous, scale is distorted, coaxing her materials into certain behaviours or forms.
Nadège has been shortlisted for the Bloomberg New Contemporaries and the Conran Award. Recent and upcoming exhibitions include Unselfing:Galway 2020, Fire: Flashes to Ashes in British Art 1692-2019, RWA Bristol, Auto//Fiction, Exhibition and Symposium, Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art, London and 209 Women at Portcullis House, Houses of Parliament.