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Nathan Carter

Data Collection City is located at the base of Sister Six near the coast of the infamous Northern Shipping Route., 2013

Acrylic and enamel paint, color pigment, ink on Aluminum di-bond
44 × 28 in
111.8 × 71.1 cm
location
New York
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Nathan Carter
American, b. 1970
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Best known for his brightly-colored, playful sculptures with idiosyncratic titles, Nathan Carter creates two- and three-dimensional works made from conventional materials such as Plexiglas, wire, and wood as well as small “street treasures” the artist finds on walks through his Brooklyn neighborhood. Like his drawings and collages on paper, Carter’s playful, delicate mobiles and standing sculptures possess a precarious sense of balance. The collection entitled “Radio Transmission Contraptions” (2008) demonstrates Carter’s ongoing interest in technologically moribund forms of communication.

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Nathan Carter
American, b. 1970
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Best known for his brightly-colored, playful sculptures with idiosyncratic titles, Nathan Carter creates two- and three-dimensional works made from conventional materials such as Plexiglas, wire, and wood as well as small “street treasures” the artist finds on walks through his Brooklyn neighborhood. Like his drawings and collages on paper, Carter’s playful, delicate mobiles and standing sculptures possess a precarious sense of balance. The collection entitled “Radio Transmission Contraptions” (2008) demonstrates Carter’s ongoing interest in technologically moribund forms of communication.

Nathan Carter

Data Collection City is located at the base of Sister Six near the coast of the infamous Northern Shipping Route., 2013

Acrylic and enamel paint, color pigment, ink on Aluminum di-bond
44 × 28 in
111.8 × 71.1 cm
location
New York
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