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Natalie Loveless

Natalie Loveless is an artist, theorist, and writer. Loveless' recent interactive installation and performance pieces examine the frameworks of representational practice, language, political mobility, and institutional critique. Her research interests include philosophy, psychoanalytic theory, and visual culture.

Loveless received an MFA in interdisciplinary studio art in 2004 from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and an MA in Art History in 2004 from Tufts University. She has exhibited, presented, and performed across North America, Europe, and Asia. Exhibitions include: Participatory Democracy at Boston's Art Interactive (2004), from the idiom series at the Artists Foundation, Boston, MA (2004), and info@blah at the Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts (2003); Performances include: Chashama?s international performance festival in New York City (2004), the 7a*11d international performance festival in Toronto, Canada (2004), and the 11th Congress for Performance Art in Berlin (2004); Presentations include the Performance Studies international conference in Singapore (2004), Approaching the Unapproachable at Brown University (2004), and Figuring Corporeality at Queens University, (2003). She is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the History of Consciousness program at the University of California, Santa Cruz where she is writing a dissertation on death and representational practice.