Excited that my work is a finalist in the Burnie Print Prize 2023
2023, 120cm x 90cm, hand-coloured lithography and photography on Arches paper.
View the catalogue: https://issuu.com/bafc2020/docs/bpp_online_catalogue_e3008be78e5723
Touring QLD, NSW, VIC, TAS and SA
About the exhibition
Nicola is a Logan-based artist with a background in design and illustration. Lithography and drawing became integral to her studio practice whilst she completed a MAVA and MAVA (Hons) at Queensland College of Art in Brisbane. She is currently a Doctoral Candidate and was awarded a GU Postgraduate Research Scholarship to undertake her doctoral studies.
Nicola has undertaken a number of residencies; her most recent at the Tanks Arts Centre, Cairns, under the watchful eye of master printer, Theo Tremblay. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is held in public and private collections.
ZOONOSES includes artworks created in January 2019 during a studio stay at Black Church Print Studio in Dublin, while Nicola researched the Celtic myth ‘Concerning Cats’ by Lady Francesca Wilde in her book Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland 1887. Nicola re-tells this story, making associations to the zoonosis ‘Toxoplasmosis’. The works are all created using hand coloured stone lithography including an artist book, prints, wallpaper and a mobile.
This exhibition lends itself to unique public program opportunities, including a visually spectacular, collaborative wallpaper program for children; ‘construct a fly’ workshops; children’s animation workshop undertaken by Dr Zeynep Akcay; polyester plate lithography workshop for children or adults; artist talks; art/science panel discussion opportunities; and storytelling.
12 Venues around Australia
ZOONOSES is a touring exhibition of works by Dr Nicola Hooper presented by Logan Art Gallery, Logan City Council, in partnership with Museums & Galleries Queensland. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government’s Visions of Australia program, and is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy. Proudly sponsored by Haymes Paint.
Grey St Gallery, QCA South Bank
Tues 28th Sept – Sat 9th Oct 2021
Nicola Hooper, Ana Paula Estrada, Matthew Newkirk, David Jones, Grace Collinson, Jose Roberts, Tim Mosley, Paul Eves, Elyse Taylor, Liana Evans & Jessica Row
This interpretive timeline will be revealed in January 2022,
Bringing together stories from the past and the present
Join Zeynep Akcay and myself at Curiocity Brisbane from 12–28 March; a 17-day celebration of science, art and tech.“Introducing James the Rat King; one of 60+ Curiocities across four precincts as part of Curiocity Brisbane
James The Rat King eXperience narrates the story of the Bubonic Plague in Brisbane between 1900-1907, causing widespread fear, panic and hasty health responses.This project presents an overview, in a fairy-tale setting, of this much-feared disease. Scan the QR code to view the animation and learn more about our plague history.nTo complete the film and learn more interesting facts, scan all the QR codes found at Rat Stops along the trail from the Maritime Museum to the State Library of Queensland!