Nick Davies, born St Asaph, Wales, 1985

Nick lives in Prestatyn, North Wales and spends some of his time making things (often books) he calls art.


His work spans a variety of media including photography, sculpture, installation, and artist publications. His work playfully explores aspects of how we view ourselves, technology, creativity, and the everyday, aiming to celebrate the organic, imperfect, and human scale.


He's worked alone and in collaboration with other artists and creatives. He has designed and produced books with artists including Charlie Tweed, S Mark Gubb, Sean Lynch, Gordon Dalton, and Paul Carter.


His work can be found in RePrint: Appropriation (&) Literature by Annette Gilbert.  He's been shortlisted for the Title Art Prize, Manchester and was a participant on The Cornwall Workshop run by Teresa Gleadowe. He has also worked with Exeter Phoenix, Spacex, Plymouth Arts Centre, g39, Made in Roath, and Airspace Gallery.


Some things work, some things don't, either way he keeps trying.

Instagram: @nickdaviesworks and @loophole.projects

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