Natalie Rainer is a new media artist with a background in printmaking and biology. Natalie’s printworks reflect her organic perspective on both technology and landscape. Her work is rooted in the varying landscapes life’s journey has taken her through. Adopting technology as a medium for producing and distributing her artwork, Natalie’s landscapes became a simultaneous simulacrum of organic and digital environments. She completed an MFA at Washington University in St. Louis in 2017 after experimenting in projection and creating thesis work centered on her concepts of augmented reality and digital technology’s effect on the human disposition toward nature.
Natalie’s works are on permanent display and have been featured in international shows. She has served consecutively as video editor at the Berlin Science Week hosted at Humboldt University. Outside of her work as an instructional designer, Natalie has standing positions with several institutions in and around St. Louis providing design and motion graphics to selected projects. Find more information about Natalie and her work at www.rainercreate.com
Natalie was a collaborator on the Bodies of Water and Women exhibition at the Gallery at the Kranzberg, on view from February 11th to April 9th, 2022.
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