Natasha Moustache: A Peek Behind the Curtain Artist Talk
Natasha Moustache will discuss their transition from traditional photographic exhibition practices to photographic installations and world-building in a white box.
Moustache's recent solo show, Lerozyon (L-EURO-ZHUHN), brings viewers away from the bustle of downtown Chicago into a tropical respite with ambient sounds and striking visuals from the Seychelles Islands. Utilizing hand-made wallpaper, domestic installation pieces, and variations in size and framing, Moustache constructs a taste of their grandparent's homeland that moves beyond the boundaries of four walls.
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$10 for non-members
Thursday, June 29th at 5 pm MT via Zoom
Natasha Moustache is a photographic artist currently based in Chicago, Il. Moustache's photography reflects their experience as a first-generation, Seychellois-American and explores the relationships between Black Diasporic communities within colonized spaces, centralizing Black women. Moustache's work regularly engages strangers as long-term collaborator-participants. Moustache uses photography as a way to bring the human community into a conversation with itself that transcends difference and emphasizes commonality.
Moustache's work has been shown at the Houston Center for Photography, the International Center for Photography, and the Center for Photography at Woodstock where they were an Artist in Residence (2005). Natasha recently received their MFA from Columbia College Chicago where they were awarded the Stuart Abelson Travel Fellowship (2019).