by Clara Moraes Posted on February 3, 2016

London based artist Nathan James uses different approaches each time he has a new idea to develop. This “lack” of a signature style makes his art unpredictable, but he might be converging into one thing. Nathan James will soon make his US solo debut at Corey Helford Gallery in Los Angeles with “Dark Matter”, featuring his “Creepshow” series that we featured here on our blog, and introducing a new series that he calls “Faceless”. In most of his works, all the characters have no face, as if they were not connected with anything, only with their inside. It’s a contrast to a world that is connected 24/7, but the people are only connected to themselves, as he explains: “There’s nothing for the viewer to connect with, latch onto and gain a foothold. It’s as if the blinds are drawn; we’ve lost our peep-hole and can only guess at what’s going on inside by the turmoil being expressed on the surface.”