Nicola Yeoman contemporary artist from London. She creates cryptic installations by altering and rearranging mundane objects.
“Art wasn’t really something I knew anything about, and an artist was just someone that painted. I remember the first modern art gallery I ever went to on a school trip to London, the old Saatchi gallery. I must have been about 14 or 15 and I saw Richard Wilson’s room filled with oil. I was mezmerised and absorbed by it. It’s one of my most vivid memories. But I never realistically thought I would have work in a gallery, or even considered art as a career path. It just wasn’t something that people ‘did’ where I grew up. Somehow it found me instead.”