Nathan Storey is an interdisciplinary artist from Texas & Arkansas living and working in Southern California.
His current interdisciplinary practice explores queer traces, fragments, and markings. Through play with pictures, poems, journals, found objects, and ephemera, the work tangles (and knots) a boundless relationship between memory and desire.
Recent and upcoming projects include installations and performances at Art Produce, San Diego; Bread + Salt, San Diego; east window, Boulder; University of California San Diego, La Jolla; Ohio University Art Gallery, Athens; Prattsville Art Center, Prattsville; The LGBT Center, New York; Castillo de Luna, Rota-Cádiz; PS120, Berlin; Assembly Room, New York; 80WSE Gallery, New York; The Institute of Fine Arts, New York; Honey's, Brooklyn; New York University, New York; Columbia University, New York; and the Houston Center for Photography, Houston.
In 2018, Storey received a Bachelor of Fine Arts with high honors from New York University. In 2019, they founded SUBLIMATION, supporting exploratory and cross-disciplinary works by underrepresented and queer artists at STELLAR PROJECTS in New York's Lower East Side.