Performing in the front window, enclosed inside a glass box for the entire duration of the performance,
shredding beetroot as an act of entering a trance-like space.

FRI 05 JUNE Artist Talk at the Hub
SAT 06 JUNE performance at 4 in the Electrode Window Gallery

NATASHA JOZI (PAKISTAN) is a Pakistan born artist; her work explores ideas of censorship of self and the embodied relationship between ‘Self’ and ‘Other’ within the religious, cultural and social experiences. Her most recent exhibitions include, “Rediscovering Women Narrative” – PNCA Pakistan (2015), “A String Quartet” at Satrang Gallery (2015), “Hidden Rooms – Identities-Cities-Memories” International Festival of Video Art (2014), ‘Stratatorium’ MagnanMetz – Chelsea NY (2014), ‘Sliver’ – Index Art Center, NJ (2014), ‘MFA Biennial 2013 ‘Post Consumed – Millennial Biennial’ at Delaware Center for the Contemporary Art (2013), for which she was awarded the Curator’s Choice award as well. She has performed live at numerous galleries in New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Pakistan. She received a B.F.A in Fine Art with distinction from Fatima Jinnah University, Pakistan, and MFA in Studio arts from Montclair State University. She is a 2012-2014 recipient of Fulbright scholarship. She has published a collection of paintings and poetry in the book titled “Dawn 88”. Her works have been published in the Emergency Index Magazine Vol.3.