Nana S.R.T. is an Austrian-Japanese visual artist, based between London and Vienna. Her main medium is photography.
As a young teenager NSRT’s father taught her how to use his Nikon FM – the camera that had accompanied him through his 1970s truck-driving days.
Today, NSRT often expresses her own emotions through capturing dance and its energies. Lucky to have had the world of dance at her side for most of her life, it has been the source of inspiration and continues to urge her to explore.
NSRT enjoys interpreting the individual dancers’ energies and portraying them in different ways. Every dancer carries a different energy and explores their world differently through their unique movement. “I am usually familiar with, and drawn to the particular dancers for one reason or another. I might have either worked with them in the past or auditioned them for a project or production (having worked in the dance industry for most of my life). ”
NSRT’s sense of aesthetics is formed by the artists who tune(d) in to their core. Artists who dared to grow and express themselves from a place of truth and honesty, contrary to what society wanted to project on to them.