Natalie Osborne Exploring Place & Identity with Interactive Performance Art
Featured ::: February 11, 2013
Natalie Osborne creates masks of larger-than-life heads with stark and expressive faces, wearing costumes and the masks in public places and in front of elegant backdrops.
After Natalie took some shots inside, we took to the streets to shoot some shots in an interactive street environment in downtown Chicago:
Here, Natalie describes her quote and creative process:
About Natalie Osborne:
Multimedia Artist Natalie Osborne graduated from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2001 and has since exhibited her work in Toronto and New York City. Her work is a combination of video, installation, performance, and photography. She includes the aspect of painted figurative forms. These different mediums work together like layers to produce an image.
Check out more of her work here.