Nicola has exhibited her work on a number of occasions. Click below to find out more about her work.
- Solo exhibition at Arte Contemporanea, Naples, 2000.
- Group exhibition at Arte Contemporanea, Naples 2001.
- Solo exhibition at The Standpoint Gallery, 2002.
- Solo exhibition at The 404 Gallery, Naples, 2003.
- Chicago Art Fair (representing the 404 gallery) 2003.
- Basel Art Fair (representing the 404 gallery) 2004.
- Millais Gallery, project space, 2005.
- Skate Crackernuts (A love Story Really), Bookwork 2006.
- The Pigeon With The Fascist Leg, Bookwork 2008.
- The Jesus Duck Sermons, Bookwork 2012.
- ‘Playback’, Peacock Yard, 2013.
- ‘Farmaggedon’ at L.H.F Arts Organisation, 2013.
- Group Exhibition, ‘Civilised’ at Hoxton Arches Gallery, 2016.
- Bookwork launched at Hauser and Wirth Gallery, 2016.
Nicola's research interests lie in the association between contemporary drawing and Queer theoretical thinking. Click below to find out more.
Nicola's specific interest lies in drawing with the digital line. In most drawing software, the line is auto corrected in order to be fluid and continuous - this might be viewed as a kind of straightening device. Nicola investigates whether there might be a potential for queerness when drawing with the discontinuity of a pixelated line - might it open up some kind of fissure, gap or space of opposition through which something other might be more fully recognized or represented?
Prior to joining Solent University, Nicola was Research Fellow/Artist in Residence at Gloucestershire University and a lecturer at the Arts University of Bournemouth.
Q-Art Professional Practice: 20 Questions, Bookwork launched at Hauser and Wirth Gallery, 2016.
Nicola has twice been nominated in the Outstanding Teacher category (2014 and 2016) at Solent's STAR Awards, winning the award in 2014.