Jasmine Crisp is an emerging artist from Adelaide, South Australia. Her characteristic painting practice is constructed from processes in photography and collage which manifest narratives of her direct experiences and surroundings, often featuring portraits of people relevant to her immediate environment.
(Self portrait photo image credit. “Jasmine in Carclew Studio 2018, Photo by Wade Whitington”.) While Jasmine is at NES she will be creating a new series of paintings in response to feelings of home, the foreign home, and what it means to be a local living in Iceland, a once isolated landscape now rapidly changing due to increased tourism.
Jasmine’s project is assisted by the South Australian Government through Carclew, proudly supported by Adelaide Central School of Art Graduate Support Program and assistance from IAF foundation.