Nina Coulson, born 1974, based between Worcestershire/London, U.K.

MA Contemporary Art Practice, Public Sphere at Royal College of Art, London (2021) PG Cert Curating, Dartington School of Art (2006) , BA Hons Interactive Art, Newport School of Art (2000)

Zoom graduate! RCA 2020/1: https://2020.rca.ac.uk/students/nina-coulson/

Currently working in a variety of media and forms, my practice is not limited to one style or method, allowing the freedom to draw from a variety of influences and to respond to changing situations.

Between 2002-16, worked in collaboration as “Yoke and Zoom” an artist-led duo/family, whose work combined universal concerns with domestic private moments and relationships, receiving various awards to develop projects both in and out of the gallery environment. Yoke and Zoom’s practice involved instigating collaborations, and making interventions into multiple public spaces both in the urban and rural context, encouraging communication between people and questioning the politics of art production in the public and private realms. Often context specific, artworks involve distribution, re-appropriation of everyday objects, problem solving, sharing, more recently incorporating painting and drawing.

Between 2016-18 produced a series of performatively activated sculptures exploring actions generated through Post Collaborative Practice, Mediation and Conflict Resolution, available for perfuming on negotiation with the artist.

2019-21: Began an ongoing series of A4 drawings harvested from stock images and shown in the UK and Cuba. (2019-20)

Co-founder/director/curator of MOVEMENT an artist led project space on the platform of Worcester Foregate Street Railway Station, (opened October 2010.) MOVEMENT has shown over 25 exhibitions by local, national and international artists and communicates directly between art and the public on a daily basis.

My practice involves varied collaborations, investigating the politics of art production in the public and private realms, most recently involving post-participatory and meta participatory methods, painting and drawing.