Nicole Collins is a contemporary Canadian artist whose work, which takes the form of painting, performance, video, and sound, explores the effect of time, accumulation, force and heat on visceral materials. She currently teaches at OCAD University.
Nicole Collins has shown her interdisciplinary work internationally, in galleries in Canada, America, Tokyo, Switzerland, and England, since the beginning of her artistic career in the early 1990s. She is currently represented by General Hardware Contemporary in Toronto, Ontario. In 2013, her and her husband Michael Davidson began an art gallery in their home living room at 26 McKenzie Crescent, Toronto.
2018 Furthest Boundless, Koffler Gallery. Toronto, Ontario 
2006 stroke for stroke. Toronto, Ontario, Canada 
2004 Dimension. Zurich, Switzerland 
2003 branch, Wynick/Tuck Gallery. Toronto, Ontario.
2002 sample, Canadian Embassy Gallery. Tokyo, Japan.
2001 one mark, Wynick/Tuck Gallery. Toronto, Ontario.
2000 Path, Wynick/Tuck Gallery. Toronto, Ontario.
1998 Given, Wynick/Tuck Gallery. Toronto, Ontario.
1994 Blessure, Gallery 788. Toronto, Ontario.
1994 Marked, Women’s Art Resource Centre. Toronto, Ontario.