Invited to offer feedback during the New Art/Science Affinities Booksprint

Studio For Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, February 18, 2011 Natalie Settles had the pleasure of offering feedback on the exciting booksprint led by curator Andrea Grover surveying current work at the art/science/technology interface. The booksprint is a fast an furious way of cataloguing the history and current interdisciplinary work among these fields to create a publication

Artist-in-Residence with an evolutionary biology laboratory at the University of Pittsburgh

Natalie Settles is embarking on a multi-year residency with the Tonsor Laboratory for Plant Evolutionary Genetics, University of Pittsburgh. The artist initiated this residency with the evolutionary biology laboratory as a social sculpture to potentially reshape each other’s practices in art and in science and to create the conditions for new work to emerge that

Named a Wisconsin Arts Board Fellow

Natalie Settles has been named a Fellow of the Wisconsin Arts Board, recognizing her as an outstanding Wisconsin artist. She is one of seven artists selected for this award and grant funds from the State of Wisconsin and the National Endowment for the Arts. This award was given based on her ongoing work in the