Natalie Woolf

Natalie Woolf holds a PhD in Design Products from the Royal College of Art, and a BA in Fine Arts/Painting from Leeds Beckett University. She has 12 years independent design and applied arts practice, and 6 years experience in Public Arts practice and consultancy in urban and rural development. Since 2015 Natalie has taught drawing for Design and Animation Studies BA’s and Hybrid Spaces MA; is the Curator of the Drawing programmes for DELLI – Design Lusófona, Lisboa and is an integrated member of COW – Centre for Other Worlds, Lusófona University. Main topics of research interest: material responsiveness to human presence and spatially distributed drawing. She is particularly interested in combining still and moving image and how that is mediated by and/or delivered through technologies. Natalie is active in academic research, participating as an author in publications and events and maintains her own creative practice at Atelier Concorde, Lisbon. Ciência Vitae