• Dark Matter Medium: Installation/assemblage, incl. minerals from The Ruskin Collection, moving image, sculpture, Papier Mache, timber, digital collages, prussic loop, tape, feathers, Hag Stone and amethyst. Year: 2018 Additional info: Installation view in group show As Much About Forgetting at Viborg Kunsthal with John Russell, TC McCormack, Michelle Atherton, Jette Gejl, Lara Eggleton, David Steans, Sophus Ejler Jepsen, Pilvi Takala, Michael Schultze, David Toop & Laura White. Curated by TC McCormack, Michelle Atherton, and Jette Gejl.
  • Atelier Gestures (Long Lost Futures) Medium: Single screen video Year: 2017 Additional info: Projected onto Haarlem Artspace during Wirksworth Arts Festival 2018. Photo by Geoff Litherland.
  • Venus Medium: Sculpture made from canvas, oil, acrylic, prussic loop, rivets and polyester fiber. Year: 2018 Additional info: Viborg Kunsthal 6/9 - 29/11/2018.

Lea Torp Nielsen

Torp Nielsen is a multimedia artist from Copenhagen based in Sheffield. Lea Torp Nielsens work incorporates sculpture, painting, video, photography, performance, collage, ceramics and installation.

Lea Torp Nielsen is one of four core members of the artist collective TOTALLER. TOTALLER works on the fringes of installation, ritual, performance, sound and is centred on making art with other people. Lea Torp Nielsen also works as an associate lecturer in Fine Art.


Lea Torp Nielsen has shown work or performed in Centrespace Gallery, Bristol (2019), Queens Hall, Hexham (2019), AS OF NOW GALLERY, Brooklyn, New York (2019), NewBridge Project, Newcastle (2019), Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark (2018), Haarlem Artspace, Wirksworth (2018), Sheffield Institute of Art, Yorkshire Artspace, Sheffield (2018), National Museum, Berlin (2018), ArtHouses 2017, Whitley Bay, S1 Artspace (2017), The Tetley, Leeds (2017), Bloc Projects, Sheffield (2017), Made North Gallery Art Sheffield Parallel Programme (2016), Studio 1.1, London (2016), Islington Mill, Manchester (2015), Garage, Edinburgh (2015), East Street Arts, Leeds (2015), Paper Gallery, Manchester (2014). Her work is held in the Tate Library and Archive, Weston Park Museum in Sheffield and in private collections.

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