Interview: "Other Peoples Pixels Interviews Natalie Hunter". Questions by Chicago based artist and writer Stacia Yeapanis. in Other Peoples Pixels Blog. February 2020. Other Peoples Pixels Blog
"In an era when most people only encounter photography on their digital devices, Natalie Hunter reminds us of the physicality of photography. But she doesn't rely on the conventions of prints framing and hanging on the wall to do it. Instead, she combines the intangible staples of film exposure—light and time—with the material aspects of sculpture. She prints on transparent film and silk, folding and bending images, pinning them to the wall in undulating waves and draping them over wood and metal and plexiglass structures.⁠" - Stacia Yeapanis, Other Peoples Pixels.
Natalie Hunter. Feature. "The Poetic Everyday: In Conversation with Natalie Hunter". Questions by Adi Berardini. in Femme Art Review: an accessible source of art and culture. July 2019 The Poetic Everyday: In Conversation with Natalie Hunter
Natalie Hunter. "Embodiment and Reverie in Marianne Burlew’s Twinning". 2017. Idea Exchange / Cambridge Art Galleries. Published Essay for Marianne Burlew’sTwinning. November 10, 2017 - January 21, 2018.
Embodiment and Reverie in Marianne Burlew’s Twinning
Natalie Hunter. "Rosy Pictures: An Installation of Photography" In
[Intersections | Cross-Sections 2016] Re: Turns. 2016. Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies. York University.
Natalie Hunter. Rosy Pictures: An Installation of Photography. 2016
Natalie Hunter. "Passing Through: An Installation of Photography". 2013. University of Waterloo Thesis and Dissertations.
Natalie Hunter. Passing Through: An Installation of Photography. 2013