Ninon is a research-based artist working in digital data, drawing and installation. Her work combines various techniques including video, programming and virtual worldbuilding. Exploring the reality of the virtual and its generative quality, she interrogates the shifting ontology of virtual worlds and how those simulated storyworlds enable us to actively perform new possibilities. Acknowledging the potential for speculative media production to hold material consequences, her work examines the paradoxical nature of these experiences and their potential to hybridise and disrupt reality.
Ninon completed her BA at Central Saint Martins in 2013, and a Fine Art Diploma at the Art Academy in 2016. She is currently a course convenor and lecturer on the Objects & Environments in Extended Reality course at the Art Academy’s department for Digital Studies, as well as a sessional Unreal Engine lecturer on the Immersive Storytelling MA at Royal Holloway. In 2023, she will lead the Virtual Networks unit on the Immersive Media and Mixed reality BA at London College of Communication.
Over the years, she has collaborated with various London-based studios as an Unreal Artist, including Territory Studio, Dimension Studio and No Ghost.
Ninon is currently a resident artist at BOM, and is based at Motherhouse Studios in Catford. Selected exhibitions include Paris Internationale 2019 with 650mAh (2019); New Art Now! in collaboration with Narotam Horn, Shwetal Patel and Robert Montgomery at Unit 10, London (2017) and Future Late at the Tate Modern, London (2016).