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Natalie Hunter is a visual artist from Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She is mostly known for her multilayered and experiential photo based installations on transparent film. With a fascination for both image making and working with materials by hand, she explores ephemeral and immaterial concepts like time, light, memory, space, temporality, motion, chance, perception, and the senses. The materials she chooses to work with - like her photographs on transparent film - change based on the time of day, or how viewers interact with the work. Whether sculpture or image based she engages with materials and form while considering how the spaces in which we dwell affect our perceptions of time and place, and resonate with associations of memory and the senses.

Natalie Hunter is the recipient of many Canada Council for the Arts Research and Creation Grants, and Ontario Arts Council Visual Artists Creation Project Grants. She has shown her work in numerous exhibitions, including: Rodman Hall Arts Centre, Art Gallery of Hamilton, Smokestack Gallery, Hamilton Supercrawl, University of Waterloo Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Windsor, Centre 3 for artistic + social practice, Factory Media Centre, Latcham Art Centre, and Museum London, among others. She holds an MFA from the University of Waterloo where she is a sessional instructor, and received an Excellence in Online Teaching Award (2017). She lives and works in Hamilton.

© Natalie Hunter 2021.