Nathan Randall Green
Hollow Gold Shell
November 3 – December 10, 2017
The distance between galaxies has grown by a factor of about 1,000 because of expansion. Light outpaces expansion, thus the radius of the observable universe has grown by the much larger factor of about 100,000. We see parts of the universe today that we could not have seen 13.7 billion years ago. Indeed, this is the first time in cosmic history that light from the most distant galaxies has reached the Milky Way.
– Gabriele Veneziano
I am a coyote howling in the stars.
I am a lion roaring in the universe.
I am a frog leaping so high
I could reach the moon.
I am a cat sprinting in the parks.
I am a tornado playing in the sky
by having fun on the moon,
enjoying the universe.
I am a deer leaping in the dust.
I am a feather in the universe.
You see, I am alive, I am alive.
– Jaydis Cordero
Nathan Randall Green was born in 1980 in Houston, TX and received his BFA in 2004 from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a founding member and partner of Okay Mountain Gallery and Collective. Nathan has most recently shown his work at Morgan Lehman Gallery and Mulherin in New York, Barry Whistler Gallery in Dallas, TX, Art Palace in Houston, TX, Tiger Strikes Asteroid in Philadelphia, PA, and Hus Gallery in London. Nathan has also participated in Artist-In-Residence programs in Connecticut, New York, Vermont, Michigan, Illinois, and Dallas. Nathan lives and works in New York, New York.