Nancy Nanana Jackson is an artist belonging to the Ngaanyatjarra language and cultural group.
Nanana first exhibited her fibre artwork at the Tjanpi Tjuta exhibition at Hogarth Gallery in Sydney NSW in 2008. She has followed this with a fibre artwork exhibition nearly every year since. Notable amongst these was her work in String Theory at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney NSW in 2013, and, most recently, the collaborative work Tutjurangara Massacre with fellow Tjanpi artist Judith Chambers. This work, a two-dimensional Tjanpi sculpture depicting a massacre of Ngaanyatjarra people in the 1930s near Tutjurangara (Circus Waters), was exhibited at Desert Mob 2018 in Alice Springs and was acquired by a private collector. The work garnered national and international interest and highlighted the little-known atrocity.