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Spencer

Visual Improv: When materials in an environment interplay in such a way that they allow everyday scenes to be framed as culture narratives; What went unnoticed is now obvious as a found object. Each photograph is a document of such observations, taken without further manipulation on my part, during the comings-and-goings of the day.

Natasha Spencer is an interdisciplinary, American artist. Her digital work has screened in film, video, and new media venues across the country and abroad. Her audio piece, “The House She Flew In On”, is included on the compilation CD, “Extracted Celluloid”, produced by Illegal Art, Negativland, and RtMark, and has aired on the John Peel’s Show, Radio 1, BBC, London. In 2002 she was awarded a residency at The Wexner Center for the Arts Video Lab where she completed “The House She Flew In On : The Video” and “Somewhere”. Natasha received a 2004 Fellowship in the Media Arts from the Illinois Arts Council and an Illinois Art Council Fellowship in the Visual Arts in 1999. Additionally, she is archived at the The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington DC. Natasha currently works and resides in Chicago, IL.

All images are available as mounted digital prints made in an edition 10. Prices range from $1600 to $2000 depending on size and availability.

Please call: (312) 266-2350 for prices of specific pieces.
Prices are print only unless otherwise indicated.

Natasha Spencer
Madonna of the Rocks, 2016
Natasha Spencer
Urban Waterfall, 2016
Natasha Spencer
Clownfish Stripes, Postmortem, 2015
Natasha Spencer
The Saddest, Little Ghost, 2015
Natasha Spencer
Bird Series 1, 2014
Natasha Spencer
His, 2014
Natasha Spencer
Temporary Tattoo, 2014
Natasha Spencer
Hers, 2013