Natasha MacVoy’s sculptural practice includes murals, ceramics, writing, performance and film to create installations and environments. Her work is a generous, gentle and complex study of mothering, identity, loss, gain and unconditional love through the lens of neurodiversity. In her practice she explores adaptive care and education in a broken system, expertise as protection and hope through radical connection.
Forthcoming and recent exhibitions include; A solo presentation of The Mother as Stunt Performer, selected for Eastside Members Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham, 2023; whilst recent exhibitions include: Mum! Mum! Artist Moving Image Commission, Exeter Phoenix, Exeter, 2023; OUTPOST Members’ Show curated by Amartey Golding, OUTPOST Gallery, Norwich, 2022; Blush, ASC Gallery, London, 2022; tibrO yalP, g39, Cardiff, 2022; My Kid Could’ve Done That, The Edge Arts, Bath, 2021.
MacVoy graduated with BA (Hons) Fine Art, Cardiff University (2001) before moving to the French Alps to work as a freelance sports photographer for five years. She has an MFA from UWE Bristol (2009).