Nathaniel Rackowe

Nathaniel Rackowe is based in London, and creates exhibitions and installations in the UK and internationally that combine artificial light and structure in works that animate architectural spaces. Nathaniel Rackowe had a major solo exhibition at One Canada Square in Canary Wharf in January 2016, followed by exhibiting his large scale sculpture, Black Shed Expanded, at Parasol Unit Foundation for Contemporary Art in late 2016. Platonic Spin, an outdoor temporary public sculpture, was part of Lumiere London in January 2016. Notable projects and solo exhibitions include: City Signs, Jerome Pauchant Gallery, Paris (2017), MD3, Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre (2014), The Consequence of Light, Bodson Gallery, Brussels (2014), Dynamo. A century of light and movement in art 1913-2013, Grand Palais, Paris (2013), public sculpture Black Cube at Den Frie Art Institution, Copenhagen