Natalie Feldesman, born in 1985, USA, lives and works in Tel Aviv.
Member of ‘Alfred Cooperative Institue for Art and Culture, Tel Aviv. 

Graduated from the Department of Screen Based Arts, Bezalel Academy of Art and Design (2013).

Winner of a studio scholarship at the ‘Gabirol Artists House’ from the City of Tel Aviv and BIT in 2015 and the Rabinovich Fund for Project Funding in 2015 and 2018.

A multidisciplinary artist, who creates site-specific environments including video, sound, drawing, ready made and sculpture.

High school art, art history teacher and creates live video art performances for music and theater.
As we have made the world an object we too have become an object and so alienated from nature and from ourselves. I seek to give the inanimate, nature, animals, trees and places a voice, to rebuild our relationships and oneness with ourselves and with each other, to create a universal subject.

Through my practice I explore the connections between man, nature and technology, between light and sound, ancient and futuristic, real and virtual.