Nathaniel Télémaque is a North West London born & raised visual artist, writer & researcher. Who photographs and writes about ‘everyday things’ in different urban settings. His visual and written practices are inspired by a wish to bear witness to mad cities. and maverick livelihoods. His lenses focus specifically on the experiences of Black millennials, creative peers and notions of urban change in cities
He is currently engaged in a Geography (Practise-Related) PhD at University College London.
As a founding member of the Pesolife Art Collective he also produces and curates different projects with Pesolife members Secaina Hudson & Kalina Blaize. Who are both talanted singers, songwriters and music producers. Frequently collaborating on distinct projects together, they are committed to substantively engaging with their practices whilst working with different educational insituitions, community groups, and innovative peers.
UCL Urban Laboratory, LSE Cities,
BBC Introducing/1Xtra/Radio 1, Capitol Records, Ableton, University For The Creative Arts, City University New York, Better Bankside, Brent2020, Layers of London (University of London), Breakline, Nike & Idiot Japan.
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