Natasha Bourke is a Cork-based interdisciplinary artist with an extensive movement background. Her practice embraces film, installation, drawing and performance. She holds a First Class Honours BFA and has been involved in numerous live and filmic projects since 2007.
As part of her practice since 2014, Bourke has developed a body of performance and short film works featuring Coneface, a performance alter ego whose face is covered by a long, semi-transparent cone, narrowing perception. Coneface continues to evolve, having appeared in many performance and film events around Ireland, Italy and Sweden. Bourke is currently working on an Arts Council funded experimental feature called Concrete Keys. With Coneface as central figure, it examines the individual’s place in a rapidly transforming vision of institutional society.