360 Speaker Series: Nathan Carter
October 27, 2017
Artist Nathan Carter will speak about his Nasher exhibition The DRAMASTICS: A Punk Rock Victory Twister in Texas, a fantastical cornucopia of color, form and gesture: an alternate realm that combines the story of Nathan Carter’s fictional punk rock band, which originates at Booker T. Washington High School, with his own studio productions and activities.
With the introduction of figuration in to his work, the artist presents his first film titled The DRAMASTICS Are Loud AF, first debuted at the MCA Denver in fall 2016. The film chronicles the adventures of The DRAMASTICS, a punk band made out of paper and wire cutout figures set in dioramas. For his exhibition in the Nasher’s Corner Gallery, Carter will present his film with the dioramic environs created for the film in an amalgam of textiles, collages, works on paper, and a full-size sound stage, on view from October 27 to December 31, 2017.
Nathan Carter Biography
Nathan Carter (b. 1970) was born in Dallas and now lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. He received his MFA from the Yale University School of Art and has held solo exhibitions at institutions such as Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; Blaffer Art Museum, Houston; Museo de Arte Raul Anguiano, Guadalajara, Mexico; and ArtPace, San Antonio.
This exhibition is made possible by the generous support of Casey Kaplan and Esther Schipper.