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BWP/AiRVII: Elisabeth Nicula

April 21–June 3, 2017
In Residence April 21–May 18 | Solo Exhibition May 19–June 3
Kick-off & Cocktails Happy Hour: Friday, April 21, 5–7pm
Public hours: Wednesdays and Fridays, noon to 8pm
Artist Reception & Solo Show Opens: Friday, May 19, 7–9pm
Closing Happy Hour: Thursday, June 1, 5–7pm


Black & White Projects is excited to announce our seventh Live Residency, featuring Elisabeth Nicula.

Hosted twice a year, BWP’s Live Residency offers the opportunity for artists to create new work within the gallery during open hours. The residency’s goal is to create a space for artists to complete works that go beyond their past scale or scope, and to provide the public with a venue to interact with the artist, ask questions, and see the process of making. Each residency concludes in a solo exhibition that includes work created during their time in the space.

Elisabeth Nicula will be at Black & White Projects from April 21 to June 3, 2017. While in residence April 21 through May 18 her public on-site hours are Wednesdays and Fridays, noon to 8pm. Her culminating solo exhibition opens Friday, May 19, 7–9pm, and continues through June 3rd.

Elisabeth Nicula is a multidisciplinary artist from Norfolk, Virginia. She is interested in the sense of place and self engendered by the landscape. 

She exhibits work primarily for the internet, screens, and projectors, but also on paper, in California and elsewhere—recently at R/SF Projects, SPUR, City Arts Gallery at CCSF, and Fusion’s Real Future Fair, all in San Francisco; Pro Arts Gallery in Oakland; and Print Screen Festival in Holon, Israel, among others. Electric Objects and Silica Magazine have commissioned her internet-based works. 

Elisabeth’s art and essays have been published in Paper Magazine and Living Room Light Exchange issues 01 and 02. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Boston Public Library.

She studied philosophy at Duke University and painting and printmaking at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 

Elisabeth lives and works in San Francisco.


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