Nicole is a practicing artist who’s ongoing investigations question the relevance of cross-fertilisation between disciplines to further critical research strategies. Her research explores questions surrounding the dynamic between connective aesthetics and socially engaged practice, where choreography bridges art and science. With diverse experience in art facilitation and reflective communications in creative and innovative sustainable research.
Nicoles sole practice is collaboratively based. The main aim of her game is to explore intuition, imagination and inspiration when working to enable sculptural facilitaion processes and creative development.
While developing methodologies in Socially Engaged Practice, that enlivens creativity towards community and global restoration, she also internationally exhibits her personal work, from Sicily to San Francisco, Tijuana to Budapest, as well as at home in London. Venues for her work have included the V&A Museum and Tate Modern.
Nicole is continually extending her practice in reaching across borders to ignite communal connectivity – for her full CV click here
Awards, Residencies & Funding have included
Muheley Foundation, Trafo, Fenivcie Veloci, Lush cosmetics, ACAVA Arts, the New International Company Of Live Art, British Council, EU, Youth Initiative Award, Prague Art Quaddrenial, L’Oréal, BBC and Channel 4