Natasha Trotman: Neurodivergent artist
Equalities Designer and Researcher, Somerset House, Studio 48 Intersectional inclusion is central to Natasha’s practice.
An international equalities designer and researcher, her work explores extending the frontiers of knowledge around mental difference, non-typical bodyminds, ways of being and marginalised experiences. Natasha seeks to reframe
mainstream notions of equality, equity, diversity, interdependence, access and inclusion through an intersectional design lens, spanning multi-modal interactions, place-shaping, investigative play, and policy
design for varied audiences, participants, and organisations.
Natasha has exhibited widely and created workshops at cultural organisations including the V&A, the National Gallery and Tate Modern. Natasha has been selected as a 10×10 emerging artist by the British Council, named on the Shaw Trust Disability Power 100 list of the most influential disabled people in the UK and recently nominated for a Genius Within Stereotype Buster award 2022.
The work exhibited is an experimental film, exploring neurodiversity, compassion, interdependence and the tapestry of ND bodyminds, worlds and experiences.