Nathan Walker is an artist, curator and writer. His work investigates writing and speaking in/as performance. Primarily working in the fields of performance and action art, Nathan's works explores expanded concepts of writing, including durational writing and sound poetry. His work also extends into online projects that consider the event of performance in electronic poetry.

He has performed and exhibited nationally and internationally most recently presenting work at Experimentica, Chapter Arts, Cardiff; Shady Dealings with Language, Matts Gallery, London; The Other Room, Manchester; E-Poetry Festival, London; Performance Space, London; & Catalyst Arts, Belfast. His work has also been presented at the National Review of Live Art (2007) & Spill Festival of Performance (2009).

Alongside artist Victoria Gray he is co-director of Oui Performance an artist-led organisation dedicated to research and presentation of performance art both in the UK and internationally. Nathan is a PhD candidate at University of Salford, Manchester and Senior Lecturer in Performance at York St John University.

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Photo credits: Warren Orchard, Marco Berardi, Jordan Hutchings, Victoria Gray, Frank Homeyer, Karen Meiner, Richard James Hall, Bean, Joanna Loveday, Claire Greenwood, Poppy Jackson, Mark Greenwood, Maddy Pethick. All images are copyright of the artist and should not be reproduced anywhere without prior permission.

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