Natasha Davis is a performance and visual artist creating work that explores body, memory, identity and migration.
Her performances, films and installations have been presented at theatres, galleries and festivals in the UK (National Theatre Studio, Chelsea Theatre London, Birmingham Rep Door, Barbican Plymouth, Playhouse Derry, Capstone Liverpool and many others) and internationally (Project Arts Centre Dublin, Point Centre for Contemporary Art Nicosia/Cyprus, Cummings Gallery Palo Alto/California, JNU New Delhi etc). Her research has been funded by Arts Council England, Hosking Houses Trust, Transatlantic Fellowship, Humanities Research Fund and numerous commissions and residencies.
As a producer Natasha has worked with artists such as Akram Khan, Guy Dartnell and Marisa Carnesky and organisations like British Council and Chisenhale Dance Space. She has performed with Pacitti Company, Blast Theory, Tino Sehgal and others. Natasha is a doctoral candidate at the University of Warwick, where she is also teaching and leading creative workshops on the MA in International Performance. A visiting lecturer at Birkbeck and Brunel, she has delivered talks and workshops across the world. www.natashaproductions.com