Nanda Raemansky is a multidisciplinary painter and digital artist from Eede in the Netherlands who began her art journey in 2003. She studied experimental painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent, Belgium. As an artist, she is fascinated by the concept of freedom, how it works, evolves, is experienced and dealt with. She seeks answers to these questions in social commentary, urban spaces, graffiti and street art movements. She also consults documentaries, books, history and the news for a broader perspective.
Her current work studies how the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdowns affect freedom in Ghent, Belgium. She explores the city through photography, video, and soundscape showing eerie imagery of empty cities.