Natalie Jeremijenko

Natalie Jeremijenko is an artist whose background spans biochemistry, physics, neuroscience and precision engineering. Jeremijenko’s work has been described as “experimental design”, exploring opportunities presented by new technologies for non-violent social change. Significant outdoor interventions include a permanent installation on the roof of Postmasters Gallery in Chelsea, the Model Urban Development (MUD) which provides infrastructure and facilities for high-density bird cohabitation in an environmental experiment in interaction with the New York City bird population. Her projects have been exhibited by museums and galleries, including the MASSMoCA, Whitney Museum and Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt.  A 1999 Rockefeller Fellow, Jeremijenko is the Director of the Environmental Health Clinic at NYU, Assistant Professor in Art, and affiliated with the Computer Science Department.

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Clones, models and terrain map for the One Tree Project; Photo by Natalie Jeremijenko