Nicole Foran (MFA, University of Cincinnati) is a mixed media artist and educator based out of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Her work investigates memory, moral reasoning, and identity. Nicole’s work is exhibited internationally and her work was recently featured in solo exhibitions and small group exhibitions in Wyoming, Philadelphia, and California. Her work is currently featured in a solo exhibition at the Morey Family Gallery in Michigan and she has upcoming exhibition at The University of Mobile in Alabama, and the James May Gallery in Wisconsin.
The theory of quantum mechanics suggests that all possible outcomes deriving from every circumstance, are carried out within their own distinct universes. Physicist Brian Greene describes these universes as “numerous ‘slabs’ floating in a higher-dimensional space, much like a slice of bread within a grander cosmic loaf”. This series is a visual exploration of collisions within the multiverse, where parallel lives are fleetingly merged into one. Memories, and formative experiences are slammed together in cyclical layers, revealing unseen and imagined narratives.