Art 14

Art 14 YouTube publicity video by Art 14 - Experimental clarity featured approximately 25 seconds in and online catalogue 

CKPHO.TO/   Art blog by Chris King, a photo discussion of Art 14 with image of 'Man and a horse' video installation.  Chris King is an established art photographer exhibiting with the Decorazon Gallery. 2014 exhibitions included shows at Water and Oil and Curious Duke as well as an award at Salon des Refusés. 


Outside In 

AWAD Association of Women Art Dealers


CSM Arts blog

Lethaby Gallery exhibition of selected alumni work

Auction to raise money for MA Fine Art final show exhibition and catalogue

Flying Geisha Girl flies out as it raises £1800 for CSM MA Fine Art graduates show 


Seconds  Online art magazine presenting images from Last Supper.  This piece was also reviewed in part by Byoutifulyou.  Who found the piece a little too shocking 

Gazeta Mlodych (translated to mean Young Newspaper) discusses various pieces from Survival 8. Article in Polish 

The Modern Language Experiment  Nicole Wassall invited to contribute to publication 'What is an Art Book'.  Sold at Tate Modern and ICA  

Touch Art fair and Disability Arts OnlineThe Touch Art Fair challenges conventions and makes art accessible to people with sight loss through touch. For this exhibition Nicole Developed a sound piece that was placed in a pitch black room with large quantities of lavender on the floor.  The story was an adaptation of the piece, Bird in a Cage, the piece was narrated by the artist (in a whisper) and the story is in a loop with no beginning or end  

C4ard podcast  A panel discussion around the idea of 'pathways' we touched on paths through the past (tracing depleted coal seams), religious processionals and following sounds in Japanese gardens. Pathways through landscape brought us to the physicality/materiality of how a pathway might be an immersive experience of the world

Barmy Park Interview on Resonance FM exploring the links between creativity and madness and the myth of the mad artist. Review on London Art 



Nicole Wassall is represented by Fiumano Fine Art in their specialist gallery Fiumano Projects

Fiumano Projects was launched in 2013, by Francesca Fiumano (the founder of Fiumano Fine Art), as a part of an evolving and expanding gallery program.

The Projects' focus is on presenting the work of artists who do not necessarily 'fit' into the traditional preconception of an artist/gallery relationship.

The central philosophy of Fiumano Projects is a commitment to supporting artists and their creative visions. This in turn enables us to work together on projects that will sometimes evolve in unexpected ways.