Live 35 minute multimedia performance featuring the
Sandbox Percussion Quartet, text by Paul Shick, and
video made in collaboration with Johannes DeYoung.
Center for Collaborative Arts and Media
Yale University, New Haven, CT
April 03, 2018
Natalie Westbrook + Johannes DeYoung
CRUSH CURATORIAL, New York, NY
January 04 - February 3, 2018
WESTBROOK LIMITED EDITION
Now available for a limited time at the Tracy Anderson Method
flagship location at 59th Street in Manhattan and at the Tracy
Anderson Method Water Mill location on Long Island.
B3 Biennial of the Moving Image
November 29 - December 20, 2017
QUAGMIRE: Natalie Westbrook
September - October 25, 2017
Norwalk Community College, Norwalk, CT
RISING TIDES: Cathy Choi + Natalie Westbrook
May 20th - July 1, 2017
Amy Simon Fine Art, Westport, CT
CANOPY: Natalie Westbrook
March 3 - April 14, 2017
Reynolds Gallery, Richmond VA
AM offers a variety of limited and open edition functional multiples featuring the work of Natalie Westbrook.
DEBUT OF NEW BOOK
collaboration with Johannes DeYoung
Odds and Ends Art Book Fair
December 9, 2016
Yale Art Gallery, New Haven, CT
Diamond Head is a collaborative multi-media project created by Johannes DeYoung and Natalie Westbrook. The first iteration of the work was shown in Title Magazine (2012), followed by exhibitions at Interstate Projects and Robert Miller Gallery (2013). The project is designed to be an on-going generative body of work, resulting in animated video and digital print / painting collage.