Nick Harris is a multidisciplinary artist, producer, musician and composer. His performance, photographic, live and curatorial work investigates collective community practices, highlighting the role social behaviours play in shaping our sense of identity.

He ran away with Zippo’s circus in 2016, where he took rigorous physical training to become a clown. In 2016, after leaving the circus, Harris co-founded (with Marius Hermansen) the peripatetic cabaret event, performanceClub, which he produced and curated until 2019. performanceClub has supported the work of over 120 artists, creating an interdisciplinary network of live practitioners and fringe artists.

Harris has performed at galleries and events nationally, including: The Horse Hospital, The Glory, Cell Project Space, Raven Row, London; Supernormal Festival, Oxford; and The Royal Standard, Liverpool. In 2020, he started broadcasting a monthly radio show, isoTank, on Montez Press Radio to an international audience.

He can often be found behind a piano in London venues, performing his own compositions accompanied by his long-time collaborator, the leading cabaret artist Ms Sharon Le Grande.

(B. 1992, Southampton, UK).

CV available on request.