Out There Atlanta: Interview with Nathan Sharratt

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Christian Siriano on view at SCAD FASH in Atlanta through October 9

BURNAWAY Radio now sponsors Out There Atlanta, a podcast by Lilly Lampe featuring interviews with local artists, creatives, and nonprofit leaders.

Episode 61: Lilly Lampe interviews Atlanta artist Nathan Sharratt. Sharratt moved to Atlanta from New York a few years ago, a move which unexpectedly sent him towards fine art. In the past few year’s he’s gained a degree, become a Dashboard Co-op artist, and been in several group shows. Listen to the podcast to hear his thoughts on Atlanta’s art scene.

Topics in this episode include: transitioning from commercial work to fine art, navigating confrontational content, shiny things and reflective artworks, and 3-D printing.

Nathan Sharratt
Nathan Sharratt, True Stories, cast stainless steel, hand polished to mirror finish, 2010-2011

Re:Focus a photo exhibition on view at Swan Coach House in Atlanta through October 27

Radio Version: Click the player above to listen to part 1 with Nathan Sharratt, or download the MP3.

Bonus! Click the player above to listen to the “extended cut,” part 2, with Nathan Sharratt, or download the MP3.

Nathan Sharratt
Nathan Sharratt, Be My Blood Brother, 2011-ongoing, performance and installation commissioned by the Office of Cultural Affairs, City of Atlanta

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