Based in London, Nina Saunders is a multimedia artist who works across a wide range of materials and art forms. In her creations, she takes familiar domestic objects and changes their first form and use, to transform them into art pieces. In her world, pianos look like they are dripping and chairs and couches leave us with the impression they are melting on the floor. Nina loves to let the viewer free to interpret what they are seeing. « Often there are subtle clues in the artwork itself, the site is placed, the time at which it was made and the titles », she says. To create, the artist surrounds herself with many objects, especially furniture that she has found, brought or been given. « Often I have collected them by strong intuition, a feeling of the importance of their history, class, place, shape or form. I feel they have a story to tell when I find them », she concludes.