Caleb Nussear is an American artist living in New York City. He holds a B.A. in Philosophy and Religion from Bard College at Simon’s Rock and an M.A. in Social Sciences from the University of Chicago. Mr. Nussear’s work is tinged conceptually with his early education in philosophy and religion. Overall his work suggests a higher dimensional order and the equivalency of the human figure with a complex recursive geometry. Further influences are the natural landscape as it is found, an asymptotic “approach” to the work, and the sensuous and tensile drawn line. He is comfortable working within the boundaries of drawing, sculpture, performance, and installation; perhaps his favorite method of working is in project-based collaborative ventures with fellow artists and thinkers across a wide range of disciplines.
Mr Nussear exhibits his drawings and sculptures regularly in New York City and the surrounding environs; including the following non-profit and commercial exhibition spaces: Triskelion; Lesley Heller Project Space; Danese/Corey Gallery; the Katonah Museum of Art; No Longer Empty; NURTUREArt; Marymount Manhattan College; and Vaudeville Park
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