Natasha Jozi is a Pakistan born artist. She works in Performance and Video investigating the interactive agency of body, action and ritual. Through her work she explores ideas of censorship of self and the embodied relationship between ‘Self’ and ‘Other’ within the religious, cultural and social experiences. She is a 2012-2014 recipient of Fulbright scholarship and recently awarded the Fulbright Alumni Small Grant Award for an independent curatorial project titled “We Are All Mad Here” at PNCA. Jozi has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, including Mohatta Palace 2015 (Pakistan), Sadequain Gallery 2015 (Pakistan), National Art Gallery 2015 (Pakistan), Satrang Gallery 2015 (Pakistan), International Festival of Video Art 2014 (Venice), MagnanMetz 2014 (NYC), Index Art Center 2014 (NJ), PPL 2013 (NYC), DCCA 2013 (Delaware), LAABF 2013 (NYC), Lamama 2013 (NYC). She recently participated in international art residencies namely ‘Belluard Bollwerk International, Swi