Hatty Nestor is a freelance writer who focuses on politics, social movements, arts, culture, justice, labor, law, gender studies and feminism. Her writing has been published in Frieze, BOMBmagazine, ArtinAmerica, StudioInternational, Montez Press, i-D/VICE, Arcadia Missa, The Photographers Gallery, Tenderjournal and Review31 amongst others. Hatty has also written for galleries such as The Royal Academy, The Serpentine Gallery and The Institute of Contemporary Arts.
You can see a full archive of her writing here.
Hatty has a BA from Goldsmiths College and a MA from The Royal College of Art, for which she received a full scholarship in 2015 and won the Writing Prize in 2017.
Hatty is Jerwood Arts Space 2017 Writer in Residence and is also a member of the National Union of Journalists.
Hatty is currently finishing a book about the Ethics of Portraits, which examines the representations of individuals within penological structures such as prison in the United States. This project undertakes investigative journalism, auto-ethnography, polemical writing and interviews, in order to uncover narratives and voices which may otherwise be hidden from wider society. It will be published by Zer0 Books in 2019.
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All writing copyright Hatty Nestor, 2017