Nathan Caldecott (b. 1995, Manchester) graduated from the Ruskin School of Art in 2017 as a Moritz-Heyman scholar with first class honours, and now lives and works in London. In 2017 he was selected for a solo show at Modern Art Oxford, and subsequently went on to be shortlisted for CVAN SE’s Platform award.
Nathan’s work derives from the use of digital models in finance and architecture. His work highlights the sense of construction in these models, and – at the same time – the detachment they have from us in their complexity and scale. His sculptures articulate a redirected form of minimalism, using narratives of physical value to intercept and amplify the models’ visual systems.