Born 1975, London, England.
Graham Nicholls examines the boundaries of our intimate beliefs. His works are never passive, but engage the viewer to explore through the work the territory of the self and its outer boundaries. Nicholls works take the form of immersive installations, which utilise modern media such as video, virtual reality, computer systems and architectural structures. Many of the works draw upon his knowledge and experience of hypnosis, deepening the potential experience for the viewers. As you explore the work further you find that there is a powerful underlying basis for these hypnotic installations, and that they are about not just the individual mind but also the social implications of the city or the outer world.
Original artworks, prints, exhibition posters, monographs, books, collectibles.