nathan storey

Nathan Storey is an interdisciplinary artist from Texas working across installation, performance, and printed matter.  Storey's work deals with sexuality, memory, and queer collectivity. His current research investigates queer traces, fragments, and stains. Through layering and collaging pictures, journals, and ephemera, the work entangles a boundless relationship between memory and desire.

Storey has participated in exhibitions and performances at 80WSE Gallery, New York; PS120, Berlin; Assembly Room, New York; Prattsville Art Center, Catskills; Bread + Salt, San Diego; Honey’s, Brooklyn; New York University, New York; Columbia University, New York; University of California San Diego, La Jolla; CSU Long Beach, Long Beach; and the Houston Center for Photography, Houston. 

In 2019, he founded SUBLIMATION, an artist-run space supporting exploratory and cross-disciplinary works by underrepresented and queer artists in New York's Lower East Side. During the COVID-19 pandemic, SUBLIMATION advocated for emerging artists and raised emergency funds for Black Lives Matter. Storey holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with high honors from New York University and is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts at the University of California San Diego.

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