Nathan Ladd is an Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at Tate Britain. He completed his MA in Art History at UCL in 2018. Most Recently he has curated Sophia Al-Maria Beast Type Song, Cooking Sections Salmon: A Red Herring and Danielle Dean Amazon, for Tate Britain’s Art Now programme, as well as being part of the curatorial team for Steve McQueen’s ambitious photographic project, Year 3 and the upcoming survey of Cornelia Parker. In his previous role at Tate Modern, Nathan curated displays of artists including, Douglas Gordan, Jenny Holzer, Zoe Leonard, Jordan Wolfson and Haegue Yang.

For Session Seven, Ladd moderated the studio visits with Spring residents Laura Põld and Charmaine Watkiss.