Natasha Bourke is a Cork-based artist and is currently making a feature film, Concrete Keys. She has an exhibition of pop cam photography TidaLight on at Gulpd cafe in the Triskel Arts Centre through the end of the month.
Greywood Arts produced Tash’s darkly humorous ‘non-quest to nowhere’ Only the Conely for the Midleton Arts Festival in May, and is assisting with an appearance of her conefaced alter-ego for the Sirius Arts Centre Gala on Saturday 24 June.
A fine art graduate from the Crawford College of Art and Design, Natasha comes from a background in dance, circus, theatre, visual art and design. She has been involved in multiple solo and group performances, residencies, collectives, organisations and events in Ireland and overseas.
Natasha uses analogue and digital lens-based media, performance, sculpture, light, sound, drawing and installation as languages in her practice. The work often contemplates universal themes of self and society such as time, obsolescence, perception, isolation, pathos, dystopia and the sublime.
Keep your eyes peeled for Tash’s performance at the Opening Celebration!