Deborah Nash is based in Brighton but once lived in Nanjing, China and Bourges, France. She has had an eclectic series of jobs from fish n’ chip shop and factory floor shoe-picker to community artist, sub-editor and journalist. She spent ten years as a property guardian and has documented this experience in text and photographs. Her writing includes magazine features, theatre productions, short stories and texts on shirts and dresses. Her work has been published in Ambit and Stand and one of her text/textile pieces is currently on display at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2021.
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