Nathan Vincent is an artist who explores power structures and the roles we play in society at large but also in our own smaller communities - and the relative morality between those worlds. through the medium of crochet Vincent has moved across ideas of gender permissions - and how society constructs often dictate the roles we play - to larger and more universal ideas of vulnerability, power, and control, surveillance, and technology. Vincent lives and works in New York City and received a BFA from the SUNY, Purchase. His work has exhibited in museums and galleries in the US and abroad, and has received attention in international publications. He recently wrapped up a residency at the Museum of Arts and Design in NYC and was a finalist of the West Prize in 2008.