Lines of Thought. 2019. Czong Institute of Contemporary Art. Gyeonggi-do, South Korea.
Between Two Points Exhibition Catalog. SCENE. Metrospace. Michigan State University. East Lansing, MI. 2016.
site 95. Transforming New York City Street Objects. Catalog. Curated by Kimberly Marrero. July 2014.
Drawing in the Expanded Field. Hatton Gallery. Colorado State University. Fort Collins, CO. Catalog Essay by Deanna Petheridge and Howard Riley. 2010.
Transparency Suite. In Form and Content. Northern Illinois University. NIU Art Museum. November 2018-February 2019.
Expanded Contemporary Drawing Practices Blog Press: Expanded by Nicole Lenzi.. Drawing Tube, The Wall. (Blog by Hiraku Suzuki) Tokyo, Japan. 2017.
Expanded Drawing Practices Blog Press:. Mullen Artist Gains International Acclaim. Echo Net Daily. Australia. 1/26/2017.
Expanded Drawing Practices.Blog Press: Artist Emerges onto the
World Stage. Northern Star. Australia. 1/26/2017.
Nicole Lenzi's work could exist anywhere, and could go as far as to dissect a vacuum. The fact that the geometrical constructions exist on the floor one would think is secondary - but actually, the bottom is falling out beneath us. The artist crystallizes environments, breaking apart the space itself in order to reconstruct and understand it. The floor becomes a continuance of the space "above" it; where is the beginning and where is the end? Where does the horizon line exist? In actuality, does it even exist on a cellular level? Or are the components of what we see interspersed, porous in reality? These are questions that come to mind while viewing these sculptural compositions. It would be interesting to see it spread throughout an entire room. -
Nicole Lenzi. Caladen Gallery, Marjorie Kaye. 2012.