Nic writes and makes choreography for theatres, art galleries, publications and other places. Her work engages choreographic processes to explore the potentials of how bodies and other elements relate, investigating states of exchange between people, duration, place and further materials. She is particularly interested in the politics of performance, and in the nature and potentials of spectatorial exchange. Her work often investigates notions of theatricality, public appearing and social choreography.
Nic’s current research is exploring bodied states of excess, supported by the biennial Bonnie Bird New Choreography Award that she received in 2015. From 2009-14 she was an Associate Artist with Dance4. Her work has been shown internationally including: 20thBiennial of Sydney; Hayward Gallery, London; Royal Academy of Arts, London (Block Universe Festival); Dance House Helsinki; ANTI Festival, Finland; Nottingham Contemporary, UK. She regularly collaborates with a range of artists including Helka Kaski and Martin Hargreaves. She is a Senior Lecturer in Dance at Roehampton University.