CALDER GREENWOOD is a Los Angeles based artist who creates sculptures and installations with recycled materials. Born and raised in New York, he inherited the artistic eye of his father, an art teacher and historian. Calder grew up making art, mostly out of cardboard, including props and sets for his own films. He has lived abroad in Japan and Hong Kong, becoming fluent in Japanese and Cantonese, before moving to Los Angeles where he has resided for the last 13 years along Winston Street in the heart of DTLA.
After being accredited for his guerilla street art pieces, well recognized and celebrated in DTLA, Calder began focusing more attention towards film production and design. Calder’s work appears in feature films such as Swiss Army Man, Harbinger Down, Nosferatu, and Flying Lotus's Kuso, as well as music videos for artists such as Muse and Bjork.
Calder has been shown in exhibits curated by the Artistic Director of NOW Art, and over the last year he has been installing work internationally and has been privately collected by art influencers such as Spike Lee. Calder currently has a solo show at ‘These Days Gallery’ in Los Angeles, which runs through December 2017.