Nicol Vizioli is a multimedia artist who works primarily with photography and film. Coming from a fine art background, Nicol’s imagery is wide ranging, incorporating representational and symbolic motifs, mythology, painting and manifesting a deep interest in the natural and animal world. Her work, almost entirely analog, is the convergence point of these worlds.
Trained in cinema and visual arts in Rome and photography at University of The Arts London, her practice is underlined by a meticulous craftsmanship and significant devotion to raw physicality, creating brutal but subtle imagery. With the same principles, Nicol is also exploring different media, currently combining her studio work with film projects and more recently sculpture.
Her work has been exhibited in several international galleries and art fairs such as Scope Basel (CH), Somerset House (London, UK), the Zabludowicz Collection (London, UK), The XV Biennale de la Mediterranée (Thessaloniki, GR), Roundhouse (London, UK), Officine dell’Immagine Gallery (Milan, IT), St.Petersburgh, Watou Festival (BE), amongst others.
Nicol has also been a guest lecturer and delivering talks and workshops at:
Central Saint Martins (London), NABA-NewAcademy of Fine Arts (Rome), Ljósmyndaskólinn (Reykjavík), La Erre (Guatemala City), Paris College of Arts (Paris), Mahal Art Space (Tangier), University of West London (London), Solent University (Southampton), London College of Fashion (London), University of Wolverhampton – School of Arts (Wolverhampton), IED – Istituto Europeo di Design (Rome), ISFCI – Institute of Photography and Communication (Rome), ALC (Marrakesh), Kew Botanical Gardens (London).
Born in Rome, she currently lives and works between London and Rome.