Becky welter-nolan


1. “DIRECTIONS”, VIDEO STILL, DOCUMENTATION OF COLLABORATIVE PERFORMANCE WITH DANIEL HIGHAM AND CASH (DOG), 2013 

2. “Directions”, video still, documentation of collaborative performance with Daniel Higham and Cash (dog), 2013 

3. “Site Search”, performance at Citadel Hill, 2014. Photo credit: Steve Farmer.

4. “Site Search”, performance at Citadel Hill, 2014. Photo credit: Steve Farmer.

5.  “Site Search”, performance at Citadel Hill, 2014. Photo credit: Steve Farmer

6. “Site Search”, performance at Citadel Hill, 2014. Photo credit: Steve Farmer

7. “I’ll miss you when you’re gone”,crocheted flagging tape, ceramic Planter. JADE PLANT, 4”X6”, 2015,  $200 

8. “Practice and Patience”, documentation of collaborative performance with Daniel  Higham, 2012. Photo credit: Matthew Carswell.

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Creating media, installation and performative works, I’m interested in learning, being lost and relationships. Regularly working with partners, colleagues, and pets, my work investigates these topics through jest and a sense of futility, earnestly seeking comfort and understanding in the absurd. 

 

Becky Welter-Nolan is a Halifax based interdisciplinary artist raised in Selwyn, ON.  She received her BFA from NSCAD University in 2011 and is currently the Programming Coordinator at Visual Arts Nova Scotia. Her work has been exhibited with Eyelevel Gallery, the White Rabbit Open Air Artist Residency, and the Centre for Art Tapes.