Title Associate Professor | Chair of Foundation
Courses Life Drawing
Nicole Condon-Shih is an interdisciplinary artist who explores the intersection of art and science in a research-based creative practice. She examines the dichotomy between the microscopic versus the macroscopic in thinking about biological, cultural, and societal systems.
In 2020, Condon-Shih completed the permanent public art project, Hidden Estrus, at the Sears think[box] on the Case Western Reserve University campus.
Her work has also been shown internationally in Hong Kong at the Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism & Architecture, in Beijing at the B3 Biennale of the Moving Image, and in the Reverse the Perspective exhibition at the Xiangsi Art Museum in Tianjin, China.
Her art practice continually informs her teaching, just as teaching is integral to her practice as an artist. Condon-Shih has focused her pedagogical research specifically towards innovative first-year curriculum that underscores experimentation, process, and develops creative practices with critical thinking at its core.
Degree MFA, Hunter College, The City University of New York
BFA, Cornell University, College of Architecture, Art and Planning
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