Nathan Sharratt studied Film and Animation at Pratt Institute and received a BFA in Sculpture in 2011 from the Savannah College of Art & Design. His work is in the permanent collection of the High Museum of Art. He is a member of Dashboard Co-Op and a Hambidge Fellow.
Before 2008 Mr. Sharratt lived and worked as an editorial graphic designer, typesetter and photographer in New York City for publications such as Gourmet and Laptop Magazines and as a high-end retoucher for Guess and celebrity photo agency Retna.
He currently lives and works in Atlanta, GA.
all of that bizarrely creates an actual intimacy; although nothing happens, everything happens. By showing three different people in a row, the viewer can compare their reactions, which reveals intimate characteristics about the participants...which…
a movie-style story, I felt a similar voyeuristic yearning for follow-through. In context of the art world, as in any other world, people tend to want what they can't have. So it makes me think you are teasing the people in power, deliberately getting…
I've been thinking a lot about "Fucking My Way to the Top" over the last couple of days. I have one suggestion: instead of the titles reading "Step 1", it could be "Act 1", "Act 2", etc. You asked on FB whether the offscreen conversation should be…