Noon, February 22, 2016 The talk entitled A Pilgrim in Art and Science follows the trail through the past fifteen years of the artist’s work in the worlds of art and science, including recent works and directions.
The Dartmouth College Department of Biological Sciences and the Neukom Institute has invited the artist to speak about her ongoing work in art and biology and the development of the Evolving Wallpaper, a work of art and a system of scientific experimentation. Photo credit: Eli Burkian for dartmouth.edu
DRAW2014 has invited Natalie to discuss her use of coding, projection, and the principles of evolutionary biology as part of her drawing practice. The conference, hosted by Carnegie Mellon University seeks to highlight innovative contemporary art practice in drawing.
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
Society for the Study of Evolution annual meetings, Snowbird, UT, June 21-30, 2013 The artist will give a talk at the national conference for the field of evolutionary biology about the Evolving Wallpaper. The work, currently in development, is both a work of contemporary art and a system for exploring experimental evolution and open questions in
Department of Biological Sciences, University of Pittsburgh Nov. 14, 2012, 12pm The University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Biological Sciences has invited the artist to speak about her work in the Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series. She has been based in the department in an independently initiated residency with an evolutionary biology laboratory. The talk will
Bar Marco, Oct. 22, 2012, 6pm Natalie has been invited to speak about her work in the SIX x ATE series during the evening dedicated to the topic of Space. She will discuss her large-scale wall drawings which interact with and are shaped by architecture and her Evolving Wallpaper project which evolves in response to
Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA Sept. 27, 2012, 5:30pm The artist will be one of four discussion catalysts for the Carnegie Museum of Art’s Culture Club: Natural History, an evening of drinks, discussion and gallery walks. She, along with two scientists and a curator, will guide discussion about the works on show in the
Keck Center, Washington DC, Sept. 15, 2011, 5:30pm The artist has been invited to present her work based in the University of Pittsburgh Tonsor Laboratory of Plant Evolutionary Genetics at the DC Area Art and Science Rendezvous (DASER) at the National Academy of Sciences. watch the video: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Photo