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Fractopia Print 2018
a year long collaboration between Kate Buckley and Nick Simpson exploring an ongoing conversation with image, fusing, fragmenting and re-framing image, sound, video and projection
Fractopia print 2018
Mulch 2017 Cartridges
Collaboration between GP members, Artists Rob Britt, Ross Oliver, Nick Simpson, Ellen Brady and Nathan Baxter have constructed an interactive sound installation under the collaborative identity, “Mulch”, a project that uses analogue sound effects to sculpt live sound environments. Part of Futureshock Analogue Fringe – Frequency Festival’s unofficial fringe exploring the role of analogue and ‘obsolete’ technologies within contemporary arts practice curated by LPAC Producers.
Sound Tables Collaboration A.L.E
Collaboration Between Rob Britt & Nicholas Simpson
Fractopia slide 13. 2017
The first in a series of resedencies at the GP studios.
Curio, Tricyclosynth May 2014 The T
Owl Project worked with General Practice on a Curio partnership to create a new performance based around augmenting the Curio tricycle, transmitting sensor and camera data from the moving tricycle to control analogue synths and then relaying the audio back to the tricycle to be played back through a wooden acoustic horn mounted on the back.
Collaboration painting 2017
Collaboration Painting between four member's of GP.
TREE IN THE WIND
[gP] collaborative pieces
Yellow Belly - 2017
Versus - Manchester
Tessa Farmer, 2009.
6 Degrees at the Monks Gallery
Collaborating with housemate Tom Cretney, Nick founded and curated The Monks Gallery; a new interpretation of the phrase 'artist-in-residence'- inviting artists emerging and established, to respond to their home, with new or existing work for a six month programme titled 6 Degrees.
Since Monks Gallery, Nick has embarked on new projects including 'Curio,' a transportable gallery mounted onto the rear of a tricycle. Taking curiosity cabinets as an inspiration the project worked collaboratively with Frequency Festival and more recently The University of Lincoln, commissioning new work from [gP] peers and established artists such as Owl Project.