Find out what Nicole's been up to.
Its been some time since I wrote, and indeed, the last year has seen a lot of transition and change. Computors, blogs, facebook definately took a back bench as I turned by eye a little more inwards to contemplate the change that had been creeping up. Transition periods are and have always been the milestones, […]
Tucked away on a small holding, just south of Amsterdam where many waters meet, I have been having a clear out of all the old bits of fabric and leather. Today one particular bit of leather caught my eye. Thrown aside during the leather dying process (as the hide was imperfect) and as the dying […]
I have been especially lucky, that over the last few years I had a very close relationship to working with wood. This incredible material lends itself to large-scale projects as well as small. From supplying us with building materials to keeping us warm. While I am writing this blog post online, my work, sketches and […]
Nicole is a interdisciplinary artist, primarily based around creative campaign direction that seeks to highlight pressing social and environmental issues. With extensive experience of using cutting-edge methodologies in performance and trans-disciplinary practice, she has a strong track record in aiding organisations and collaborations that supports progress in social, political and carbon neural economies.
Her practice explores questions surrounding dynamic between connective aesthetics, socially engaged practice, science/environment.
Nicole is continually extending her methodologies in Social Sculpture in reaching across borders to ignite communal and personal connectivity in site specific works. She currently teaches at the Free University in Ziest, Netherlands and offers talks, workshops and consultation for NGO’s and ethical organisations.
She blogs about her art, her boat and the sea… more info here.
Raising awareness through
Dance for change: passionate about movement as a means to knowledge.Creative Direction/Choreography
Sculpting progress: eager to make the invisible visible.Consultancy
Harnessing media: changing legislation one performative step at a time.Campaigns