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Nicholas Horman

Studio Building
Studio Interior
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Studio Location
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"Tape ball" is an interactive performance sculpture piece, which took place over a 3 week period, in NYC.
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"Melting Paint" is an animation derived from an ongoing experiment of using dry ice to freeze paint.
Artist's Statement
Artist Statement: Nicholas Horman

Experimenting with materials and opening their possible meanings to perception, among a multiplicity of other forces, are at the core of Nicholas Horman’s artistic interests. Horman ultimately pursues knowledge by learning from things, materials, and others in artistic experiments. One of Horman’s provisional guiding principles is that concepts and materials, though different in kind, both behave as forces. Horman’s philosophy of art is as follows: Mix forces together now and ask questions later.


Providence College, Providence, RI, May 2006

Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy.

Minor in Business Studies and Sculpture.

Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, December 2010

Masters in Business Administration.



Selected for Juried Art show: Aspects of the City, Organization of Independent Artists, New York Law School, June 2010.

Selected for Summer Salon group exhibit: Organization of Independent Artists, New York Law School, July 2010.

Participated LIC Arts Open Festival: Juvenal Reis Studios,May 2011

Participated in Dumbo Art Festival(unofficial): Giant Tape Ball Performance Piece at Dumbo Waterfront.