Lecturer in Performance
Nathan Walker is Lecturer in Performance,
specialising in post-dramatic theatre, performance art and the
visual performance of language.
He has a background in Theatre and Fine Art,
concentrating on experimental writing and holds an MA in
Performance Writing from Dartington College of Arts, Devon.
His current research explores the relationship
between writing, collage and performance.
Through his active artistic practice Nathan
has presented performances nationally and internationally at
National Theatre Studio, London; Barbican, Plymouth; Plymouth Arts
Centre; Tramway, Glasgow; Performance Space, London; PSL Project
Space Leeds; Grace Exhibition Space, New York; & Arnolfini,
Bristol. His work has also been presented at the National Review of
Live Art and Spill Festival of Performance.
Nathan is co-founder of O U I Performance,
York. Founded in 2010 by Victoria Gray and Nathan Walker, O U I
Performance curate regional, national and international live
time-based performance art. Further information can be found at
For more information on Nathan's practice
please visit: http://www.nathan-walker.co.uk/
Recent Papers and Publications
Similar Different & Good Looking: Reading
Intelligent Clashing, Walker, N (2011) In: 'Something Tremendous
Has Happened' by Silver, R & Quibk Design.
The Edge of Writing: John Stezaker's 'Cinema 1
II', Walker, N (2011) In: Activate e-Journal Vol 1Issue 1 Spring
2011 'On the Paper Floor: Exploring Writing Practices'. Published
by Drama, Theatre and Performance at Roehampton University
Motions, Walker, N (2011) In: Soanyway
Magazine 'Over and Over' ISSN 2043-6408
‘Performance, Documentation and the Archive
within the Institution’, Reason, M; Dorey
Richmond, J; Gray, V; Walker, N. (2011) In: McGillivray, G. (Ed).
Scrapbooks, Snapshots and Memorabilia: Hidden Archives of
Performance, Amsterdam, Peter Lang
FIVE In RITE, Open Dialogues and New Work
Network (Eds) (2010)
Notes on Apparitions and Returning, Gray, V;
Walker, N. (2009) Delivered at: Notes on a Return Symposium, Laing
A Mountain Communion, Stannage, E;
Walker, N. (2009) Artists Pages In Performance Research 13:3
‘On Congregation’, London, Routledge
Mamagazine, Bennett, E; Leslie, B;
Walker, N. (Eds) (2008) Brighton: Bonfire Books & Devon,
Collages of Jack Pierson, Walker, N. (2008)
Delivered at Writing Encounters, York St John University, York