Natasha Moody                                                                                                               about | cv


Natasha V. Moody is a British/Polish artist working across sculpture, installation, photography, and writing. Deeply rooted in the cultural symbolism of plants and occult histories of visioning the unseen, her practice invites viewers into a realm where plant material becomes a conduit for ecological reflections and mystical encounters.  Her fascination with the intertwined histories of occulture, art and science materialises as a process-led alchemical practice where sap becomes sunlight and the photographic darkroom a seance cabinet.

She graduated from MA Art and Ecology, Goldsmiths in 2022 and from Fine Art and History of Art from The University of Edinburgh in 2020.

2022     Journal of Art and Ecology, issue 1 -

Selected Exhibitions
The stillness of the departing light, Anglican Chapel, Nunhead Cemetry, Nunhead Art trail, group show
A Place Where Spirits Collide, Asylum Chapel, Maverick Projects, London, group show
Music in a room filled with smoke, Unit 3 ACS Project Space, London, group show

Agnes Denes x MA Art and Ecology, CIRCA, London Piccadilly Circus
MA Art and Ecology, Goldsmiths Postgraduate Degree Show, London
Print Ecology, Liquid Gold Studios, London, group show

A Palace Spinning on Duck Feet, Every Woman Biennale, Copeland Gallery, group show
Final, Not Over - Again, Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop, London, group show
Trapped Heat Blocked Magic, Turf Projects, Fungus Press Residency and commission, solo show

This is Tomorrow Calling (Wishing You Were Here), Zembla Gallery, Scotland, group show
Salon de Refusés, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh, group show
Person and The Otherness of Nature, Pragmata Collective, online group exhibition,
Summer at ECA, Edinburgh College of Art, degree show, online group showcase

CYAN.RAR, Islington Arts Factory, London, group show
54321, Sculpture Court, Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, group show

Portals, Chisenhale Gallery – Interactive walk around Victoria Park that invites participants to think about
our mythological and ecological entanglement with trees through a series of stories and mark making activities.

The Mythical Fern Flower, Earthwild Forest School, Streatham Common – Creative children’s workshop
and solstice celebration, learning about the history of South London, The Great North Wood and Polish Folklore.

Urban Herbs, A Meadow Walk with Natasha and Bryony, Wandle Park, Turf Projects, Croydon, London – A walk
around Wandle Park, Croydon identifying wild herbs and learning about the history of the park.

Awards + Residencies
2022 - 2023      Junior Fellowship, MA Art and Ecology, Goldsmiths, University of London
2022                   Bloomberg New Contemporaries Shortlist
2021                    Fungus Press Residency, Turf Projects, Croydon

2021 – 2022      MA Art and Ecology, Goldsmiths, University of London
2015 – 2020     Fine Art (MA hons.), Edinburgh College of Art
2014 – 2015      Foundation in Fine Art, University for the Creative Arts, Epsom