Niki Nolin — ART NOW!

by Art and Art History

Lecture Art & Art History Design

Wed, Feb 28, 2024

6 PM – 7:30 PM CST (GMT-6)

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1104 S. Wabash Ave., 8th floor - Film Row Cinema

Chicago, Illinois, United States

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Niki Nolin’s art practice is one of a continuous exploration of the spaces created between intuition and information in analogue and digital spaces. Her ongoing work reveals a joy in collaboration and the synergy she finds between her studio practice and teaching. All of which produces singular works in video and painting, as well as collaborative partnerships concerning women, agency and change.

Niki Nolin is an artist and educator from Chicago. Her work blends painting, drawing and poetry with motion, interaction and assemblage. Her focus is to consider the spaces between words and imagens; the intuitive gaps and leaps of faith, to uncover the visual associations of thought-play and choice. Works exhibited include Art Chicago, Chicago Sculpture Association, Womanmade Gallery, Blink Contemporary, MCA Chicago, UCLA, Chicago Cultural Center, (iDMAa), International Calligraphy Organization, eNarrative Roundtable Boston, College Art Association, SIGGRAPH, Art Star, Krasl Art Center and Greenleaf Art Center. Niki received the Columbia College Chicago Distinguished Teaching Fellowship in 2010.

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(right) Trees: girl with her ears on backwards, 2013–2023, digital painting from watercolors and photography source, 80" x 40". Image courtesy of the artist. (left) photo of the artist by George Kase

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