Nick Millar is an artist and freelance technical manager based in Glasgow and Madrid. His practice as an artist currently focuses on human-water interdependency as a way of exploring what it means to be human in a more-than-human universe. His work is context-specific and often takes the form of performance or other ephemeral modes. Millar regularly collaborates with Minty Donald.
Solo exhibitions include: Aguas Ocultas, Aguas Olvidadas, with Minty Donald, CAR-INLAND, Madrid (2019); Erratic Drift, with Minty Donald, Architecture Fringe, Glasgow (2019); Watermeets: Kuopio, with Minty Donald, ANTI Contemporary Art Festival, Kuopio (2017); Watermeets: Hamburg, with Minty Donald, Kampnagel, Hamburg (2017); THEN/NOW, public art commission with Minty Donald and Neil McGuire, Forth and Clyde Canal, Glasgow (2016); Eternal Silence, Sanctuary Lab, Dumfries and Galloway (2015).
Group exhibitions include: High-Slack-Low-Slack-High, with Minty Donald, Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art (2012). Website: donaldmillar2014.tumblr.com