Nicole Voevodin-Cash is a social sculptor - she uses walking as a means of drawing the experience of being present, her embodied activities lead her to produce a digital app called M.A.D.E [Many Adventures Directly experienced] Walking - she is based in Queensland.
She uses ‘interaction’ as a sculptural strategy to encourage her audiences to engage with her work, lingering long on them or playing with them. She presents her work across various galleries and public and social spaces. These presentations range in scale, medium and ephemerality. Voevodin-Cash is currently completing 3 new public art commissions for Blacktown International Sportspark, Sydney. Collaborating with the Dhrung Nation, the local community in a walking, sporting and LAND art production, titled RUNlines, WALKlines and playful furniture called CliqueT.
Voevodin-Cash is also an experienced Curator and arts project manager delivering large outdoor events, including Sculpture by the Sea, Noosa; Strand Ephemera, Townsville; Arts Curator at MIC and Director of RUN an artist run initiative [closed].
Voevodin-Cash holds a Master in Arts, Visual Arts, Griffith University with distinction for her thesis work of investigation of interaction as a sculptural strategy. Nicole is looking as social sculptural work and walking for social change.
MADE App is designed to capture a person’s physical experiences into ART. Generating drawings as you swagger, move and stroll. It is a staggeringly simple concept with beautiful results - with each person becoming the artist and agent of their own true ‘Selfie’. Of being present in the world and unique as your finger print. In App stores March 5th and walking event March 12th
Reset: A New Public Agenda for the Arts offered two days and nights of thinking and discussion about how the arts and cultural sector could work to break out of the current impasse through a radical reorganisation of cultural practice and policy.
Field Trip is an international research symposium investigating creative practice at the intersection of art, science, technology and the environment.
An opportunity to reconnect to support each other, share updates and discuss the practical solutions the Arts Front platform can provide artists and organisations in responding to COVID challenges.
An online symposium that brings The Mind of Plants contributors together to share their reflections and various learnings with plants.
Stories, poetry and sound across a diversity of human languages and geographical landscapes. Come and join us!
Unpacking the Canada Council's $85m Digital Strategy Fund. What worked and what can the arts sector in Australia learn from it?
Scenic Rim Regional Council and SWQ Regional Arts are presenting a series of 11 Arts Dinners in person and online.
Join us for a day-long immersive experience with artists and changemakers demonstrating how arts and creativity is transforming lives and building stronger, more connected communities.
Field Trip - Arts, Science, Tech and Environment Symposium
An online symposium exploring ideas of basic income and the need for an approach to economy that puts creativity and care at its centre. Led by a panel of artists, researchers, economists, scientists and philosophers, the symposium responds to current and ongoing planetary crises, and positions creativity and social ecology as integral to shaping policy and systems of value.
Little Lunch Online (LLOL) was a daily online meetup and creative exchange to support the Australian arts sector during the Corona Virus pandemic in 2020.
Peace Day celebrations at MIC 2019.
Dalby Billycan Project - 2019
To engage, activate and walk with seniors and community in Dalby
Development Space for the Custodians of Country project for 2020