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Virtual Artist Talk with Natascha Seideneck

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The ULL  Department of Visual Arts Public Lecture

January 27th 5:00 PM CST

Informed by science, current events, and philosophy, Natascha’s work explores experimental processes of image-making and aims to create a dialog about ecological disasters, mediation of the technological lens, and their impact on our environment. Her work is interdisciplinary, often  engaged in experimental processes that integrate still and time-based visual technologies.

Natascha was born in Germany, grew up in England and now lives in Denver. She has a graduate degree from the School for the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston with an emphasis in photography and digital media.  

This lecture is open to the public.

It will be projected in Fletcher Hall 134, which is available for limited socially distant seating. Contact to reserve.