Nicola Triscott

Nicola Triscott at the Material Nuclear Culture exhibition at KARST, Dom Moore 2016
Nicola Triscott at the Material Nuclear Culture exhibition at KARST, Dom Moore 2016
Nicola Triscott flight on Tomas Saraceno's Aerocene solar balloon, White Sands Missile Range, photo: Studio Tomás Saraceno, 2015
Nicola Triscott flight on Tomas Saraceno's Aerocene solar balloon, White Sands Missile Range, photo: Studio Tomás Saraceno, 2015
Nicola Triscott, CEO of Arts Catalyst with artists Graham Harwood (YoHa) and Steve Kurtz (Critical Art Ensemble), 2015
Nicola Triscott, CEO of Arts Catalyst with artists Graham Harwood (YoHa) and Steve Kurtz (Critical Art Ensemble), 2015
A durational sleep experiment and installation , investigating long-term sleep and hibernation.
London Fieldworks, Srishti Space-Art Workshop, SpaceBaby, 2006.
The crew of Sailing for Geeks on board, at sea.
Nathalie Magnan | Ewen Chardronnet | Nicola Triscott, Sailing 4 Geeks: Ship to Shore. Photo: Andy Bichlbaum

Director

Nicola Triscott is a cultural producer, curator and writer, specialising in the intersections between art, science, technology and society. She is the founder and Director of Arts Catalyst, one of the UK’s most distinctive arts organisations, distinguished by ambitious artists’ commissions that engage with science, including notable projects by Tomas Saraceno, Ashok Sukumaran, Aleksandra Mir, Otolith Group and Critical Art Ensemble, and the international dimension of its programme of exhibitions, events, research and publications.

Nicola has curated numerous exhibitions and events for Arts Catalyst. She lectures and publishes internationally, including books on art and technology in the Arctic, art and space, and ecological art. She blogs at www.nicolatriscott.org on the critical inter-relationships between the arts, humanities and our technoscientific society.

Nicola is on the National Academy of Sciences Kecks Futures Initiatives (NAKFI) selection comittee, the SEAD steering group, and the D.C. Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER) advisory group, a cultural program of the National Academy of Sciences.

@nicolatriscott