Nadia Barkate has a practice that combines sculpture and drawing with autobiographical remnants to connect daily experience with manual work and writing. Using theory from psychology as well as modernist tendencies of Dadaists and surrealists she relies on stream-of-consciousness as a meter of personal experience. Solo presentations of her work include those at EtHall in Barcelona, Carreras Múgica in Bilbao, Altes Finanzamt in Berlin, Espacio Alexandra in Santander, and at MA Studio in Beijing. She has also exhibited widely in group shows, including the Westfälischer Kunstverein in Münster, Bombón Projects in Barcelona, Bilbao Fine Arts Museum, Tabakalera in Donostia, and La Casa Encendida in Madrid, among others. Barkate holds an MA in the Arts from the University of the Basque Country.