Nada Gambier is an eclectic artist whose work is linked to theater, dance, performance and the visual arts. Her repertory consists of installations, stage works and works made for various public and private spaces, video work and most recently the publishing of a book. She studied dance in London (London Contemporary Dance School at The Place 1997-2000) and Brussels (P.A.R.T.S. research cycle 2000-2002). Nada’s work often flirts with the borders between theatricality and abstraction and she is drawn to things that she doesn't understand or cannot grasp. The non-spectacular, the absurd and an ongoing desire to reveal the extraordinary in ordinary life belong to her most known trademarks as an artist. Since 2014 she has been focusing on long-term projects in which the separation between research, creation process and public event can be confused and/or abandoned. In 2020 she also began a series of collective research sessions hosted by the Kaaistudios in Brussels, further establishing herself as an advocate for experimentation and research within the performing arts.
Nada also regularly collaborates on other artists' projects as a performer and artistic advisor. She has worked a.o. with Kate MacIntosh, Edit Kaldor, Forced Entertainment, Simone Aughterlony, Jorge Léon, Maria Jerez, Diederik Peeters, Charlotte Vanden Eynde and Phil Hayes.