Natasha Cox lives and works between Tuscany and London.
She is an artist and organiser concerned with access, care, sustainability and collaboration.
She collaborates with others as Co— and is an alumni of School of the Damned (class of 2018).
Currently she is facilitating the residency program at the Villa Lena Foundation.
She co-organises Open Form a platform that connects artists with space.
Long term she is collaborating with Can Serrat an experimental project in El Bruc, Catalonia – towards an alternative yearly summer residency program.
Natasha is Arts Editor at Fieldnotes Journal.
Socially Engaged Art Projects: Community and Participation, The Node Center for Curatorial Studies – Feb 2020
School of the Damned, Alternative Art MA, roaming UK – class of 2018
BA Fine Art: Drawing, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts – class of 2010
Art Foundation, Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts – 2007
Time Alone Together Residency, Can Serrat, El Bruc, Spain – August 2019
Arts programming and Residency management, Supernormal Arts and Music Festival, Braziers Park Oxfordshire, UK – April 2016 – present
Arts programming and gallery management, Assembly Point Gallery, London, UK – January 2018 – August 2019
SOTD x TOMA Residency, METAL Southend on Sea, UK – February 2018
Programming and Residency management Space, Image, Exile- Merz Barn Residency, Lake Windermere, UK – October 2017
Programming and Gallery Management, The Averard Hotel, London,UK – October 2016
Residency Co-Director Farringdon Factory London, UK – Nov-Dec 2013 and Apr – May 2014
Teaching and Mentorship
Arts Emergency Mentor , London, UK– Nov 2019
Panel contributor for Guest Projects 2019 programme, Shonibare Studio, London, UK – July 2018
Visiting tutor – BA Drawing, University of the Arts London, Camberwell College of Art, London,UK – 2018
‘RACO’ The precarious nature of working in the arts – Can Serrat, El Bruc, Spain, – October 2019
Enacting New Models – Imagining the Institution with Theatrum Mundi, Tate Modern, London, UK – February 2019
Alternatives to the alternative art school – Anti University Now, LARC, London UK – June 2018
Alternative arts education, UCL Institute of Education, London, UK – June 2018
The First Official Unofficial Alternative Art Education Open-Day – Set Space, London – October 2017
Retreat 2019, Residency, Northumberland, UK – February 2019
Grizedale Arts, Residency,Cumbria, UK – November 2018
Can Serrat Residency, El Bruc, Spain – January 2018 / October 2019
Co— Broadcast– 24 hour broadcast residency at Supernormal festival, Oxfordshire,UK – August 2017
Common Room, Residency at Guest Project, London, UK – July 2017
School is now in Session – ISTHISITISTHISIT residency, online – April 2017
Cine España – Film Festival and Residency, Frailes, Spain – September 2013
Selected Screenings and Performances
Tile Pile broadcast, Art Licks Weekend in partnership with TACO! and RTM, online – October 2019
Screenings as part of The Alternative Art School Weekender with TOMA and METAL, Tanner st, London UK – March 2019
BYE HUN, exhibition and screening, Royal Standard, Liverpool, UK– September 2018
Being in the Body –collaborative performance with Renata Minoldo, Guest Projects 10 Year Anniversary, London, UK – May 2018
Say No More, ISTHISITISTHISIT, online – February 2018
This is not the Place – Screening, Coniston Institute, Cumbria, UK– October 2017
Around the Aperture – Screening, The World Transformed Festival, Brighton UK – September 2017
A Void in Which to Find the Laugh of the Medusa – Performance, The SURROUND, London, UK – March 2017
Co— Notes on Friendship – Performance at RCA Dyson Building, London,UK – Feb 2017
Co— SummerLite celebration for the Summer solstice – The Averard Hotel, London,UK– June 2016
Video 24 Screening as part of Peckham 24 – moving and still image festival, London, UK – May 2016
Co— Bread and Wine – Safehouse 2, London, UK – December 2015