Rohan Nicol is an experienced artist with an international profile achieved through a hybrid practice spanning contemporary art, craft, design, and curatorship. His practice primarily focusses on the links between domestic living models (the home) and the impact of globalisation and change (consumption, materials use, distribution models). He has exhibited internationally, and since 2009 has secured project funding from the Australia Council and Australian Universities. Awards include the prestigious Bombay Sapphire Design Award. He regularly exhibits at peak venues in Australia and internationally. His work is held in regional, state, and national collections, including the Powerhouse Museum and the National Gallery of Australia. He is Associate Professor and Associate Head of School, School of Creative Arts & Media, University of Tasmania.