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Nate Flagg

Nate Flagg (b. 1989 in New York, NY)  received his MFA in 2016 in Painting/Printmaking from Yale School of Art (New Haven, CT) and his BA in Anthropology in 2011 from Reed College (Portland, OR). He is an interdisciplinary artist working with drawing, animation, installation and sound. His artwork focuses on the mysteries and effects of human language and is composed in a language that he himself invented.


Recent exhibitions and performances include: So Close, Yet So Far, Printed Matter/Swiss Institute (New York, NY), C.H.A.D., Ashes/Ashes (New York, NY), The Language Invention Workshop, Foxy Production (New York, NY), and MANIFOLD, BronxArtSpace (Bronx, NY). Nate lives in New York City and teaches Drawing and Time-Based Media at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY.

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