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Natalie Jeremijenko

Artist, engineer and inventor

Natalie Jeremijenko (Australia, 1966) is an artist, engineer and inventor based in New York. She directs the Environmental Health Clinic and is also an associate professor in the Visual Art Department at NYU, affiliated with their Computer Science Department and Environmental Studies program. Her doctoral studies include biochemistry, engineering, neuroscience and history and philosophy of science.

Natalie Jeremijenko’s practice develops the emerging field of socio-ecological systems design, or xDesign, crucial in the Anthropocene, using participatory research spectacles that address the 21st Century challenge to reimagine our collective relationship to natural systems. Her projects have been exhibited by several museums and galleries, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York and San Francisco, Massachusetts Museum of Art, Whitney Museum, Cooper-Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Currently she leads several environmental art projects around the world.

Update: 14 September 2017


Has participated in

Artists Talk

A journey beyond the end of the world

Social Insects: Common Learning and Pollination for Change

Event about art, science and technology projects.


After the End of the World