Nicole Voevodin-Cash is an award winning Sculptor and Artist working in Mudjimba, Queensland.

With 30 years experience in exhibiting in solo and group exhibitions, short listings in various local and national sculpture awards The Helen

Lempriere, The McClelland, with national private & public commissions of works in, on and about the landscape. Nicole has undertaken many residencies nationally & Internationally such as the Australia Council residencies in Milan, Italy and Liverpool, UK, Bundanon, Australia.


SCULPTURE, LANDART, INSTALLATION, LANDscanning & Drawing, WALKING Projects Espalier Trees & Custom Screens

Contact Name: Nicole Voevodin-Cash
Phone: 0415497699

More About Me

NVC Projects – Nicole Voevodin-Cash is a social sculptor – she uses walking as a means of drawing the experience of being present, her embodied activities lead her to produce a digital app called M.A.D.E [Many Adventures Directly experienced] Walking – she is based on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland.

Using ‘interaction’ as a sculptural strategy encourages her audiences to engage with her work, lingering long on them or play with them. She presents her work across various gallery, public and social spaces. These presentations range in scale, medium and ephemerality. Voevodin-Cash is currently completing a new public art commission for Blacktown International Sportspark, Sydney, collaborating with the local community in a walking, sporting and LAND art production, titled RUNlines, WALKlines and playful furniture called CliqueT. Voevodin-Cash is also experienced Curator and arts project manager previous roles specifically large outdoor events which include Sculpture by the Sea, Noosa; Strand Ephemera, Townsville; Arts Curator at MIC and Director of RUN an artist run initiative.

Voevodin-Cash has exhibited Nationally – Lorne Sculpture Biennale 2018, Solo exhibition Lobby Play at the Institute of Modern Art Brisbane 2004, Wandering Patterns, Sydney Olympic Park Bicentenary 2013. Internationally being awarded in 2014, the Studio Residency in Liverpool UK from the Australia Council for her ongoing research into spontaneous sculptures and walking projects in large outdoor sculpture parks. She has been commissioned to create large LAND art works that engage their audience such as The Green Room for Kangaroo Point Park in Brisbane 2010. And various temporary public art projects that include her ‘pocket park’ series of works of Mountain Ranges of Lounges affectionately known as Mounges. Engaged as a lead artist across projects including Dalby Billycan Project supported by the Department of Communities, Disability Services and Seniors.

Voevodin-Cash holds a Master in Arts, Visual Arts, Griffith University with distinction for her thesis work of investigation of interaction as a sculptural strategy. Nicole produces social sculptural work and walking as art for social change.