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Faculty

Natalie Nadeau

Part-time Faculty, Sculpture , Studio Arts
Foundry/Metal Shop Technician , Studio Arts

John K King Books, Detroit
Image Credit: Stephen Nilsson
Office: S-VA 239 
Visual Arts Building,
1395 René Lévesque W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 4262
Email: natalie.nadeau@concordia.ca
Website(s): http://www.natalienadeau.com

Natalie Nadeau is a Windsor and Montreal-based multidisciplinary artist and educator. Her education includes an MFA specializing in sculpture from Concordia University(2017), a Mechanical Technician-CAD/CAM Diploma from St. Clair College (2014), and a BFA from the University of Windsor (2013). Her practice centers on creating installations that touch on themes relating to domesticity and industrialization. Her work deals with metal fabrication, bronze and aluminum foundry processes, handmade labour and aesthetics, appropriations of domestic space and the metamorphic nature of sculpture materials and processes. 


She has exhibited, attended residencies, internships and teaching assistantships in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Germany. Most recently, these include the For Hire Exhibition through ArtSpeak Gallery (Windsor), North Lands CreativeAiR program (Scotland), Corning Museum of Glass Summer Workshop Series (NY),and the Bild-Werk Frauenau International Summer Academy (GER).

Worker Assembly Kit, Cast Iron with Nickel Plating, Industry Standard (2017)
Photo credit: JMKAC
#1, Don't Be a Pussy Series, Ink, Pencil, Charcoal (2018) FCA Assembly, Windsor
Photo credit: Stephen Nilsson

Teaching activities

Courses Taught

Studio Arts, SCUL 398/2 A Special Topics in Sculpture: Bronze/Alum. Cast I

Studio Arts, SCUL 398/2 B Special Topics in Sculpture: Bronze/Alum. Cast II 


Education

BFA University of Windsor (2013)
Mechanical Technician- CAD/CAM Diploma from St. Clair College (2014)
MFA Concordia University (2017)




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