Natalie has worked in the arts and charity sector for many years, helping to develop, create and project manage a number of creative programmes. Gaining a BA in Visual Art at WSA her work has developed through the interactions and programmes she has designed both individually and collectively.
Her practice surrounds the notion of ‘False Memory’, of re-presenting imagined memories from original experiences of the individual and the collective. Taking trace elements and creating false narratives which cross over into personal corridors of memory are a central theme. Often using photographic images, moving image, sound and sculpture to create immersive installations.
Human memory as a process that is fallible is an ongoing investigation in her work, the exchange of experience that will then create a false narrative in one’s imagination.
Current investigations also explore themes of transition, fragility and the contextualization of architectural spaces through memory, space, and time. Collaboration and community play a large part in the development of ideas.