Brad Nath's material research, live performances, sound structures and urban interventions intend to expose the agency embedded within the world we are building for ourselves. Often his process involves amplifying building modules to express their power on human bodies. 

He has presented his work at ZK/U Center for Arts and Urbanistics (Berlin, 2021), the "Parking Ist Bewegung" Festival during Gallery Weekend (Berlin, 2021), Neurotitan Gallery (Berlin, 2021), Callie's (Berlin, 2021), the B-Part Gallery (Berlin, 2021), the Amplify residency at ACUD (Berlin, 2020), the Ferrara Sotto Le Stelle (Italy, 2020), the Latvian National Museum of Art (Riga, 2019), the Berlin Performing Arts Festival (Germany, 2019), Uferstudios (Berlin, 2019), Potsdamer Tanztage (Germany, 2019), the Field Kitchen Academy (Germany, 2019), the In Parallel Spaces Festival (Germany, 2019), the Cesis Art Festival (Latvia, 2018), the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto (Canada, 2018), and AIAS Crit X Live (New York, 2018).

Brad Nath is currently in the Masters of Solo/Dance/Authorship program at HZT in Berlin, where he is using body-based research to develop urban interventions and workshop formats. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Cornell University in New York, where he also studied Sound Art with Marianthi Papalexandri-Alexandri in the Department of Music. His practice-based thesis “Acoustectonics” was advised by professors in both the Architecture and Music departments and was awarded a medal by the faculty for its outstanding merit. He has been living in Berlin since the summer of 2018.


Group Exhibition and Talk—Selbstgebaute Musik Festival, 3 September 2021

Group Exhibition—"I Can't Hear You", Research and Waves, Changing Room, 2 October 2021


Group Exhibition—"Interwoven", Neurotitan Gallery, 3 July - 23 July 2021

Workshop—"Stone Duets", Gleisdreieck Park, 16 June, 2021

Group Exhibition—"Synchronicities", B-Part Gallery, Berlin, 1 April –⁠ 17 June, 2021

Group Exhibition—"Parking Ist Bewegung", Kunstraum Potsdamer Str., Berlin Gallery Weekend, 30 April –⁠ 2 May, 2021