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Clark Ashton – Harvesting Souls From Chaos

The Atlanta Podcast Clark Ashton

I can firmly say I have never met anyone like Clark Ashton. Clark is an artist in every sense of the word. Here is one paragraph from his website, in which he explains a little bit about his work.

He maintains a studio and sculpture garden at his Mechanical Riverfront Kingdom on Druid Hill in Decatur, GA containing The Commuter Gallery, where he serves as Mass Minister of The Sweet Holy Church of the Everlovin’ eelMAN, manufactures psychic unity, and exhibits the monumental works Boundary, Faith in Industry, The Infrastructure of an Uncertain Future, The Bateman 5000, The Battle of Druid Hill, & The Ascension Machine among hundreds of other works.

Not much else to say, but let’s dive in. Away we go.

Interview Recorded: August 1, 2017. Dock of Alkaloid on The EastSide BeltLine.

Show Notes That Nobody Reads

Mechanical Riverfront Kingdom

The Commuter Gallery

The Sweet Holy Church of the Everlovin’ eelMAN

Mechanical Riverfront Kingdom TRAILER from Clark Ashton on Vimeo.


One thought on “Clark Ashton – Harvesting Souls From Chaos”

  1. Steve French

    Adam’s bands were Rocksploitation and The A-Sides – and I think I was the one who said that everyone knows everyone else through either Adam or Eric Leland – and then we all became friends with each other

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