Nathaniel Hendrickson

Assistant Professor of Studio Art

Nathaniel Hendrickson is an interdisciplinary artist, painter, curator, documentary filmmaker, and freelance producer based between Casey County and Louisville, KY. Their work explores the edge of performance and visual art and has worked on collaborative projects internationally with the Open Program of the Work center of Jerzy Grotowski (Italy/Turkey/Lebanon/USA); Hyunji Park (Korea/Finland); Gianluigi Biagini (Finland/Italy); Pietro Varrasso (Belgium); They most recently staged an intervention with Pietro Varrasso at the University of Liege School of Architecture’s: Borderscapes 2023 on the unique geopolitical region of Mt. St. Pierre, and presented their work at the Multispecies Ethnography and Artistic Methodology conference at the University of Liege School of Anthropology. Currently, their focus lies on exploring themes related to the ecological crisis, human perception, and the metamorphic sublime.

Aside from their artistic pursuits, Hendrickson is committed to education. They have served as Drawing and Painting faculty at the Kentucky Governor's School for the Arts since 2022 and have co-facilitated intensive summer workshops in collaboration with Projet Daena and the Royal Conservatory of Liege in Belgium since 2019. In the academic year of 2022-2023, they served as the Art & Design Artist-in-Residence at Campbellsville University.

Hendrickson holds an MFA in Studio Art from Florida State University.

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