The Limit Does Not Exist podcast features Settles

The Limit Does Not Exist Podcast – Episode 122: A Pilgrim in Art and Science. Listen here, or wherever you get your podcasts – Natalie Settles invites us on her pilgrimage through art and science and shares many insights along the way. Natalie is an award-winning artist and scientist whose work recasts the interdisciplinary relationship between

Settles to lead the City as Living Laboratory/WALKS/Pittsburgh – Walking the Urban Wilderness

Natalie is invited to lead the Pittsburgh edition WALK along with ecologist Charles Bier and landscape architect Kara Smith. City as Living Laboratory/WALKS, a project begun by renowned artist Mary Miss, brings together artists, scientists and city leaders to cast a nuanced eye on the urban landscape as the participants walk through the environment. The

Opening + Artist’s Talk: Elder

You are invited to the opening of Natalie Settles’ newest large-scale public art commission. Elder is an architectural glasswork that forms the prow of the Hillcrest Residences in Pittsburgh, a project of the Community Builders. Join the Office of Public Art and The Community Builders to celebrate the opening of this new artwork, and to

The Camel Riddle

Cross-disciplinary work traces the edges of a larger reality that no one discipline can know completely. Over the years I developed curious shorthand to begin conversations about this bigger picture with colleagues in the sciences – one playful tack has taken on the affectionate name, “The Camel Riddle.” It started in grad school when I

Garfield’s Roots commissioned for Pittsburgh, PA

Garfield’s Roots is a commissioned reimagining of the iron tree grates along Pittsburgh’s Penn Avenue as part of the area’s renewal. Working in cooperation with Loysen-Kreuthmeier Architects and the City of Pittsburgh, the artist created Garfield’s Roots, a site-specific commission of 32 iron works that surround each of the avenue’s newly planted trees. Old trees