Nina Juniper graduated in 2012 from Curtin University in Western Australia with a Bachelor of Humanities (Fine Art), majoring in Printmaking. Hailing from Perth, she has worked at the Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth Institute for Contemporary Art and as the Printmaking Technician at Curtin University before attaining her current position as the Printmaking Studio Technician at the National Art School, where she continues to expand her knowledge of printmaking. Nina’s art practice stems from an interest in the built environment and public spaces. Working predominately in the medium of screenprinting, her work explores architectural spaces, the public realm and spatial history through a variety of different local sites. Of particular interest in recent works are construction and deconstruction sites and their associated support structures. These structures, although temporal in nature, have now become a dominant visual part of the contemporary cityscape, at times providing a pleasing abstracted composition that characterises a new way of seeing and mapping the environment.