Nicole Nadeau, ‘Everyone Thought I Was You_01’, 2016, Watermill Center Summer Benefit Auction 2016

Nicole Nadeau’s quest for identity as a twin informs her work, examining the poetic sensibility between similarity and individuality. Science, geometry, and ritual feature prominently, as well as her background in industrial design. Everyone Thought I Was You_01 (2016) is a provocative installation – tiles molded from Nadeau’s own breast form a tessellated, hexagonal composition. Nadeau’s work has been shown at Art Basel Miami Beach and Cooper Hewitt, The Smithsonian Design Museum, New York.

54 tiles.

Image rights: Courtesy of the artist

About Nicole Nadeau

With a background in industrial design, artist Nicole Nadeau employs myriad materials and forms in her artistic practice. Strongly influenced by structural forms of design and the fluidity of nature, she looks to broadly explore what she calls “the complex sides of the human experience.” Her experiments take numerous forms, from works on paper to industrially produced art objects. She has shown her work at Art Basel Miami Beach and the Cooper-Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum.

American, b. 1984

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