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Nicholas Corcoran is a 39 year old artist who has been specializing in photomontage and collage for the past 10 years.
He has also been a DJ with a particular interest in the way different, apparently incongruous sounds can be sampled to create something completely new. This is the same philosophy he applies to his art work.
He uses a very sharp scalpel and vast piles of discarded magazines to create what he defines as corrupted pop art.
The aim of his work is to take seemingly trivial elements and fragments from our overloaded visual culture and appropriate and distill said elements to create new images which are intended to be political, abstract, beautiful and visually arresting.
Nicholas has exhibited at the Brighton festival. He has created work for magazines such as PIL and worked on commissions for the advertising agency, McCann-Erikson.
Art does not reproduce the visible, rather, it makes visible. - Paul Klee, 1920.