Nicole is a interdisciplinary artist, primarily based around creative campaign direction that highlights pressing social and environmental issues.  With extensive experience of using methodologies in performance art, social sculpture and interdisciplinary practice, she see’s these as tools for visually drawing attention to and connecting ethics to aesthetics. Nicole has a strong track record in exhibiting internationally and 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 and how the role of imagination and play can be the founding arena for transformation and development.

Nicole is continually extending her methodologies, founding her work on the philosophies of Schiller, Kant, Goethe and Heidegger. Her current research questions the relevance of autonomous agency and communal imagination in reaching across borders to ignite new practices in activism, facilitation and creative collaboration. She currently teaches at the Free University in Ziest, Netherlands and offers talks, workshops and consultation for NGO’s and ethical organisations.

For work in traditional mediums click here.