Nance Davies ::: Bio
Nance Davies is a Boston based, interdisciplinary artist and curator whose work explores the impact of mass-mediated culture and consumerism on inter-relationships and interdependence of all life forms. Recent work explores the poetics of the ‘everyday’ gesture and the transformative role of empathy.
Davies studied at Yale School of Art and received an MFA from Mills College in Oakland, CA in 1999. She is the recipient of the Coleman Award (Boston University) and the Zorach Fellowship (Skowhegan).
She has exhibited in New York City; Boston; Melbourne, Australia; London; Dublin & Londonderry, Ireland; Vancouver, BC, Canada, Istanbul Turkey; Johannesburg, South Africa; Athens, Greece; Manila Philippines, Seoul, South Korea; Limassol, Cyprus; Baltimore, MD; Oakland, CA; Richmond, VA; Winston- Salem; NC; Portland, OR; and Rockport and Portland, ME. Davies was born in California. She currently teaches at Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston, MA, USA.