Natalie Nadeau has a practice in creating/producing large-scale works that incorporate materials from the industrial domain. Her work deals with metal fabrication, bronze foundry processes, handmade labour and aesthetics, appropriation of domestic space, and the metamorphic nature of sculpture materials and processes.
Natalie has exhibited works across Ontario, Quebec and the United States. She has presented "Chip Production" at the Grey Nuns Residence at Concordia University in Montreal (2016), "Notice of Termination" at The Art Gallery of Windsor in Ontario (2014),"Cut and Loop" at 106 Gallery in Grand Rapids, Michigan (2013), "Inheritance" at the !dea Gallery in the Toronto Science Center (2012), and "Enclosure" at the Sculptors Society of Canada (2011).
Natalie is originally from Windsor (Ontario) and is currently working in Montréal (Quebec). She holds a BFA from the University of Windsor and a Mechanical Technician- CAD/CAM Diploma from St. Clair College. This past spring she completed her MFA specializing in Sculpture from Concordia University.