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Natasha Frisch

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Gone..., 2003 Polypropylene, Polystyrene, Sound, Halogen Lights 4’ H, Overall Dimensions Variable
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Nasty Little Piece of Work, 2004 Tracing Paper, Adhesive, L.E.D 5 X 7 X 5.5 Inches
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Angel Is A Slut, 2004 Tracing Paper, Adhesive, Balsa Wood 13” X 10 ½” X 4”
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It Was Never Meant To Be This Way, 2006 Tracing Paper, Double Sided Tape, Monofilament Line 4’ 5” X 3’ 5” X 4”
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Nothin’ To See Here, 2008 Tracing Paper, Double Sided Tape, String 18’ X 8 ½’ X 2”
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Nowhere Near Here, 2008/2013 Tracing Paper, Adhesive 5” H, Overall Dimensions Variable
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Somewhere In Between, 2010 Tracing Paper, Double Sided Tape 1’ X 3’ X 1’
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Since I Met You #1, 2010 Archival Pigment Print 9” X 14”
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Days Like These, 2013 Single-channel Video, Silent 3 Mins
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Since I Met You #4 (Murray’s Cottage), 2012 Archival Pigment Print 14” X 9"
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Since I Met You #6 (Hill End), 2012 Archival Pigment Print 14" X 9"
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Don’t Make Me Hurt You…, 2005/2013 Tracing Paper, Double Sided Tape, Monofilament Line 7’ X 8' X 2½’
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Sometimes It’s Easier To Just Pretend, 2007/2013 Tracing Paper, Double Sided Tape 1’ X 7' X 3”
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Melbourne, Australia
Lives in
New York
Works in
New York
Statement

Natasha Frisch is an artist who employs modest materials, such as tracing paper and tape, to construct models and installations that closely approximate everyday objects and sites. Designed specifically for one space, the fragile and impermanent nature of the materials used ensures that the installations are temporary constructions, existing only for the lifetime of the exhibition. If the work is to be shown again it must be re-made and all that remains of each iteration is photographic and video documentation. Inspired by urban folklore, forgotten architecture and the natural world, Natasha’s meticulous constructions aim to challenge our reading of the built environment, and interrogate the slippage between the real and the unreal.