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

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

Image Journal features Natalie Settles

The feature article entitled, “Ecologies of Knowing: What Natalie Settles Learned in a Lab,” overviews the artist’s four-year residency with an evolutionary biology laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh. The illustrated piece is thoughtful and nuanced with an analysis of Natalie’s body of recent work, her time based in the lab, and her emerging long-term,

Invitation to speak by the Evolutionary Studies Collaborative of St. Francis College

Brooklyn, NY, November 4, 2013 The Natalie Settles will speak about her ongoing work based in an evolutionary biology laboratory to the Evolutionary Studies Collaborative, an interdisciplinary partnership of the humanities and sciences of St. Francis College. She will discuss how her work and ideas in art and science have developed in light of evolutionary theory