Natascha Seideneck was born in Germany, grew up in England lives in Denver, Colorado. Her work is interdisciplinary, often engaging in experimental processes that integrate still and time-based visual technologies. In particular she is interested in how land is surveyed and surveilled within historical and contemporary contexts. Natascha has exhibited extensively and produced numerous site - specific artworks, often collaborating with artists, designers and architects. She holds a MFA from Tufts University and is currently an Assistant Professor of Art at Metro State University of Denver. Natascha is a member of Tank Studios and recently was as a visiting artist at Hangar, a research residency in Lisbon, Portugal.
UPCOMING FEB 2020 - Habitat, Northlight Gallery, ASU, Tempe, AZ
2020 - We, The People of the land, Lakewood Cultural Center, Lakewood, CO
2020 - The Future is History, Center for Fine Art Photography, FT Collins, CO
2020 - Brutal Realities, Dairy Arts Center, Boulder, CO
2019 - Art through the Lens, Yeiser Art Center, Paducah, KY
2019 - Our Planet, Downtown Aurora Visual Arts Center, Aurora, CO
2019 - Horizons, Colorado Creative Industries, Colorado State Capital, Denver, CO
2019 - 10th Biennial MSUD Denver Art Department Exibtion, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO
2018 - After Nature: The Age of the Anthropocene, The Lakewood Heritage Center, Lakewood, CO
2018 - Pink Progression, Denver Central Library, Denver, CO
2018 - Pink Progression, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO
2018 - Here, Here, Near, The Boulder Museum, Boulder, CO
2018 - After Nature: The Age of the Anthropocene, Seidel City, Boulder, CO
2017 - Art and Conflict, The Arvada Center, Arvada, CO
2017 - Waterline: A Creative Exchange, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO
2017 - Water and the Sounding Sirens II, Sherman Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2017 - Collective Nouns, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO
2016 - Reinventing the Image, Museum of Outdoor Arts, Englewood, CO
2016 - Sounding Sirens I, Sherman Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2016 - Evanescence, California Institute for Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA
2015 - South West Voices, Society for Photographic Education, Republic Plaza, Denver, CO
2015 - More than Just Friends, Ironton Studios, Denver, CO
2014 - Omnis International, Minan Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2014 - Heads of Hydra, Carmen Wiederhoefen Gallery, Denver, CO
2014 - Making Contact, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO
2013 - Photo-synth, Society for Photographic Education, Republic Plaza, Denver, CO
2013 - Seen/Unseen, Month of Photography, Hinterland, Denver, CO
2009 - Interpreting the Political Landscape, Anderson Ranch, Aspen, CO
2009 - Collective Nouns, Center for Visual Arts, Denver, CO
2008 - Digital Nature, Denver Botanical Gardens, Denver, CO
2005 - The Metro Effect, Center for Visual Arts, Denver, CO
2004 - 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, SAC Gallery, SUNY, Stony Brook, NY
2003 - Manifest, Copley Society, Boston, MA
2003 - Better Homes and Guardians, Harvard Adams Art Space, Cambridge, MA
2003 - Mechanized Vision, P&G Contemporary, Denver, CO
2000 - Natom Collaborations, Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, Fort Collins, CO
2000 - The Fourth Colorado/Wyoming Biennial, Fort Collins Museum of Contemporary Art, CO
2000 - Contemporary Colorado: Transformations of Tradition, The Art Center, Grand Junction, CO
2020- Nightlights, Denver Theatre Distric, Denver, CO
2020 - Vestigio, with 9 Dot Arts, Spring Hill Suites, Denver, CO
2016 - Uncanny Territory, Site-specific installation in collaboration with Arch II, Boulder, CO
2016 - Uncanny Territory, Site-specific installation Soma Logic, Boulder, CO
2012 - Satellite Series, Spring Hill Suites, Denver, CO
2011 - Horizons, Colorado State University Behavioral Science Building, Fort Collins, CO
2009 - Infinite Horizons, Public Art Project, Denver International Airport, CO
2019 - Gravity of Perception, with Cecily Cullen / Hamidah Glascow, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO
2017 - Presence, with Cecily Cullen / Leila Armstrong, Center for Visual Art, Denver, CO
2013 - Fashion/Culture, Colorado Photographic Arts Center / Denver Arts and Venues, Denver, CO
2014 - Fashion/Culture 2.0, Colorado Photographic Arts Center, Denver Public library, Denver, CO
2011 - Constructing Narratives, P&L Gallery, Denver, CO
2010 - Circle of light, Colorado Cornea Bank, Artwork / Network Denver, CO
Ramble Hotel, Denver, CO
California Institute for Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA
Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
Spring Hill Suites, Denver, CO
Arch 11, Boulder, CO
John Reynolds Properties, Boulder, CO
Kentwood Properties, Denver, CO
2017 - Ghost Ship of The State: an Opera in one act, Seidel City, Boulder, CO
2017 – The Great Shout, 24 hours of Social Engagement, Redline, Denver, CO
2019 - Fringes - Artist profile. Uncanny Territory.
2017 - Strange Fire Collective – Q&A with Hamidah Glasgow.
2017 - Michael Paglia, Westword ”Grim Forcasts in Waterline, Propagate at CVA"
2017- Susan Froyd Westword “100 Colorado Creatives 4.0”
2017 - Michael Paglia, Westword, “Arvada’s Art & Conflict loaded with Piece Makers “.
2017 - TV Rocky Mountain PBS, Arts District – " Presence; Reflections on The Middle East."
2017 - Michael Paglia, Westword, “Collective Nouns Rates an A”.
2015 - Heather Pastorias, Metrosphere,“ A Familiar Face inspires New Visions”, November 19th.
2014 - Charlie Price, Beauty Underground, Artist profile, May 12th, P-68-69.
2008 - MJ Morgan, “Terminal Talent”, 5280 Magazine, August, P-38.
2017- Rupert Jenkins, One Good Eye -“At CVA: Beyond the news bubble.”, February 17th.
2016 - Tomiko Jones, Lenscratch on Uncanny Territory.
2014 - “Fashion/Culture- at CPAC”, l’Oiel de la Photographic, November 21st.
2013 - Abobe Airstream- “Month of Photography”-Leanne Goebel,
2013 - le Journal de la Photographie, “Month of Photography”, March 19th.
2012 - The Denver Creative, The Disaster Archive.
2011- E-Flux, Agency of Unrealized Projects.
2010 - Huffington Post, “Eye Bank Showcases a Photography Exhibit….”
2010 - Colorado Public Radio Interview, “Colorado Matters”, Circle of light.