Natasha Iqbal Jozi is a Pakistan born artist who works with video and performance. Her work explores the embodied relationship between ‘Self’ and the ‘Other’ through religious, cultural and social experience, exploring the ideas of veil, ritual and language. She creates sensorial embodied experiences in her video and performance works. In 2010 she received a B.F.A in painting with distinction from Fatima Jinnah University, Pakistan. She is a 2012-2014 recipient of Fulbright scholarship for M.F.A in Studio Art from Montclair State University, New Jersey U.S.A. Her most recent exhibitions include, “Startatorium“ at MagnanMetz - Chelsea NY, ‘MFA Biennial 2013 “Post Consumed – Millennial Biennial’ at Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts DE, for which she was awarded the Curator’s Choice award as well. She has performed at numerous galleries including Panoply Performance Laboratory- NY, Delaware Centre for the Contemporary Arts – DE, and Gallery Aferro – NJ. She has performed in the performance piece by Pascal Rambert “A (Micro) History of the World Economics, Danced.” at Lamama, NY. Selected group exhibitions include KSA Gallery and Pakistan National Council of Arts in Pakistan. Jozi’s works have been published in the Emergency Index Magazine Vol.3.