I am delighted to have my sculpture ‘Remembering Our Fathers Words’ included in the May 2019 issue of Interior Design Magazine. The article by Edie Cohen talks about the opening of the USC Shoah Foundation’s new headquarters and exhibition space at the Leavey Library, Los Angeles.
I am pleased to have my piece ‘Reclamation’ featured on Blouin Artinfo. “Asia’s most prestigious prize for Contemporary artists — celebrates its 15th edition this year, and 400 mid-career artists from 28 countries were nominated for it by more than 70 independent art professionals from across the Asia Pacific region.”
I am pleased to report that my piece ‘Remembering Our Father’s Words’ was featured in Architecture Record. The article discusses the unveiling of The USC Shoah Foundation’s permanent exhibit which presents the testimony of holocaust survivors.
Thank you to Home Team News Singapore, for featuring an article about the yellow Ribbon Art Exhibition - this exhibition featured awe inspiring works from our students and mentees, as well as a collaborative artwork by Barry Yeow, Kim Whye Kee and myself. See the original article here
Thank you to Singapore Art Week for listing Intersection exhibition in your lineup of events! This January, Nicola will present works in a collaborative exhibition with Singaporean poet Marc Nair at the Intersections Gallery that tackles geographies, names, stories and histories in three cities – Singapore, London and Yangon.
The site-specific art installation uses the symbolic grid of a traditional farmed rice paddy – delving into historical themes in the context of contemporary art – whilst encouraging creativity to be nurtured alongside the rice.
Displacements Community Arts Project (including my work) featured in Singapore Architect 276, complemented for it's delicate sense of nostalgia and longing, without being swollen with sentimentality for the past...
It was a pleasure to meet Callaby Magazine’s editor, Rae Hippolyte in Brick Lane, London when I was back in town recently. She was interested in my recent journey to Singapore, my fascination with communication and my paper aeroplane collection. Check out the article she wrote below...
I was delighted to be invited for a chat with DegreeART's charismatic Chantelle Purcell. She has been following my relocation to Singapore and wanted to find out more about the motivation behind it, and any tips I have for other artists and individuals looking to find a dose of a new culture and travel new worlds.
The Guardian asked 100 arts professionals and figureheads why they think the arts are worth continued development. Read my full response to A Case For Culture and England losing 30% of its arts council budgethere. See the full Guardian article featuring an excerpt of my thoughts on the matter here.
The nice people at Londonist just did an interview with me about the current show 'Games people play'. It's also my way of announcing a bit of news to you... I am setting up a second studio in Singapore and will be relocating there for a while to do so! Read on...
The genre-busting artHAUS exhibition at DegreeArt Gallery is still open until June. Having been featured in the guardian's lifestyle picks, it's well worth a visit - It is very inspiring for me to see the art in the context of interior design. The art spills out onto the walls (in some cases quite literally) and inspires other elements in the room. It's very imagination capturing and eclectic. But also rather nice to get inspiration for how to place objects & art in our own homes & spaces. I have recently rearranged my studio to reflect a string of inspirations emanating out of one central artwork.