Nadine Baldow is a visual artist working mainly with site-specific installations. She studied with professor Eberhard Bosslet, at the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden after completing a woodcarving apprenticeship in the Alps. Baldow’s work predominantly addresses the relationship between humankind and nature, and their ongoing impact on each other. She created site-specific interventions in the Himalayas in India; at Gozo Contemporary in Malta, the national park Šumava in Czech; the nature conservation island Vilm in Germany; the Baumwollspinnerei Leipzig (Halle 14 – a room that...) and in Seoul, South Korea in cooperation with the Hansung University. She has also produced several public space interventions in Panjim, Dresden, and Görlitz; and has exhibited her work in Switzerland, Germany, Poland, the Netherlands, Malta, Berlin, South Korea and India. Her work has been shown at the Contemporary Art Week, Delhi; the International Exhibition for Contemporary Art, Ostrale, the ArtFair Düsseldorf and at Valletta Contemporary. She is currently holder of a working stipend in Berlin in cooperation with the museum of urban contemporary art, Urban Nation, supported by the Foundation "Berliner Leben".