Natascha Seideneck was born in Germany, grew up in England and now lives in Denver, Colorado and has been an artist for over 30 years. She has a MFA from School for the Museum of Fine Arts and has exhibited extensively in Colorado, California, Massachusetts, New Mexico and New York. Natascha has produced numerous site specific artworks often collaborating with artists, designers and architects. These include a public art commission for Denver International Airport, commissioned work for Colorado State University’s Behavioral Science Building and SpringHill Suites, as well as other commercial sites. Natascha has curated exhibitions, served on public art committees, presented at numerous art panels, and served on the Exhibition Committee at Colorado Photographic Arts Center. Currently she is co-curating an exhibition focused on middle eastern photographers at the Center for Visual Arts, participating in a group exhibition at the Museum of Outdoor Arts and at Sherwood Gallery in San Fransisco. Natascha is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Metropolitan State University of Denver and a member of Tank Studios.



Reinventing the Image, curated by Tim Vacca. Museum of Outdoor Arts. Englewood CO 2016

Water and the Sounding Sirens, curated by Nghi Phan, Sherman Gallery. San Fransisco CA 2016

Evanescence, curated by Tomiko Jones, California Institute for Integral Studies. San Francisco. CA 2015

Photo-Synthesis South West Voices, curated by Andra Archer, Republic Plaza. Denver. CO 2015

More than Just Friends,curated by Ian Fisher, Ironton. Denver. CO 2015

Omnis International, Minan Gallery. Los Angeles. CA 2014

Fashion/Culture, Curator. Colorado Photographic Arts Center. Denver. CO  2014

Heads of Hydra, Carmen Wiederhoefen Gallery. Denver. CO 2014

Making Contact, Center for Visual Art. Denver. CO 2014

Photo-synth, Society for Photographic Education,curated by Andra Archer. Republic Plaza. Denver. CO 2013

Seen/Unseen, curated by Sabin AellHinterland. Denver. CO 2013

Satellite series, commissioned work SpringHill Suites. CO 2012

Horizons, commissioned works for Colorado State University Behavioral Science Building. CO 2010

Infinite Horizon, Public Art project, Denver International Airport. CO 2009

Motley Effort, curated by Brian Evans and Mathew McConnell. Denver. CO 2009

Interpreting the Political landscape, Anderson Ranch, Aspen. CO 2009

Digital Nature, multimedia installation.Denver Botanical Gardens, Denver. CO 2008

Faculty Biannual, Center for Visual Arts, Denver, CO 2006

The Metro Effect, Center for Visual Arts, Denver. CO 2005

XO, Aikman Gallery, Tufts University, Medford. MA 2004

Google-ing the Real, Judi Rothenberg Gallery, Boston.MA 2004

This is for Real: War and the Contemporary Audience, State University of New York. NY 2004

Manifest, Annual Cyber Arts Festival  Copley Society, Boston, MA. 2003

Better Homes and Guardians. Harvard University, Adams Artspace, Cambridge, MA 2003

Mechanized Vision, P&G Contemporary. Denver, CO. 2003

Natom collaborations. Museum of Contemporary Art. Fort Collins. CO 2001

The Fourth Colorado/Wyoming Biennial. Museum of Contemporary Art. Fort Collins. CO 2000

Contemporary Colorado: Transformations of Tradition. The Art Center, Grand Junction. CO 2000