I make work through research, image, sound, writing, participatory events and collaboration. I’m interested in forms that centre experience and facilitate dialogue. 

Recently, I completed a PhD at the University of Glasgow in the School of Geographical & Earth Sciences. My research explored the social and cultural values of dark sky experiences and landscapes through a site-led ethnography and creative enquiry of the Galloway Forest Dark Sky Park in South West Scotland. You can read more about this here.

I have a background in socially-engaged and participatory art practices, and have experience in higher education teaching, creative facilitation, collaborative curatorial learning projects, and arts activism. If you are interested in booking me for a talk, workshop or event, you can reach me here.

I’m currently developing and presenting work around nocturnal intimacies, late night encounters, rest(lessness), radio and karaoke.

© Natalie Marr 2024