NYSSA LEVINGS is a multi-disciplinary artist who was born and raised on Gunditjmara country, and is now based is Naarm (Melbourne).
She is currently completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts through the Victorian College of the Arts, majoring in Sculpture and Spatial Studies.
Her installations employ a range of mediums, including performance, textiles, casting, found objects and experimental film projection.
Born 1988, Gunditjmara country, VIC, Australia.
2019 – present
Victorian College of the Arts
Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Art)
Sculpture and Spatial Studies
2005 – 2006
Portland Secondary College
Victorian Certificate of Education
Lionel Gell Foundation Scholarship
Eleanor and Joseph Wertheim Scholarship
Walter and Muriel McConnan Scholarship
Edwin Nonus Smith Scholarship
Grain of Salt, Little Woods Gallery, Collingwood
2021 Majlis Travelling Scholarship, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Southbank
Beached Veranda, Wishart’s Gallery, Port Fairy
I probably don’t like you, The Alderman, Brunswick
Transience, Gertrude St Projection Festival, Collingwood/Fitzroy
Light in Winter, Federation Square, Melbourne CBD
Out of Space, Little Woods Gallery, Collingwood
The Cyber Remix, The Arts Centre, Southbank
Synergism, The Front, Docklands
Neon Flow, Signal, Southbank
COSTUME / PROP / SET DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
‘What Country Friends is This?’, playwright / director Joachim Matchoss
‘In Wired Rain’, playwright / director Joachim Matchoss, Abbotsford Convent