Come Inside. Me.
Installation, Sculpture, Performance, Video, Drawing, Photography
My first solo exhibition presented by Dashboard Co-Op with support from Fulton County Arts & Culture, Come Inside. Me. is a 6-room sensory experience installed throughout a vacant house in Peoplestown, Atlanta, GA.
Documentation by Nathan Sharratt and Dave Batterman
"Come Inside. Me. offers a transportive experience, as if stepping through the wardrobe into a kind of American working-class Narnia."
"Like A.A. Bronson’s haunting portrait of an emaciated Felix Partz taken a few hours after he died of AIDS, the video is heart-rending (and arguably a bit exploitative), discomforting in its familiarity for some of us and serving as a memento mori for all of us."
"WABE’s Kate Sweeney paid a visit to Dashboard Co-op’s most recent show [Come Inside. Me. by Nathan Sharratt] to take a look."