Natalie Doyle (b. 1982 in Hanover, Germany) lives and works in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Doyle is a multimedia artist and art educator. Her work explores notions of Sociology, altering cityscapes, experiences of the Sublime and is captivated by dormant underground cultures as well as the idea of generating temporary malfunctions within various social situations. Her work frequently takes shape in some form of performance and is often multifaceted in nature.
Part Pop artist, part underground appropriator, Doyle’s work critiques facets of Metamoderism, investigates notions of semiotics and memetic engineering as well as examining popular culture, constantly striving to create works that are bold, and at times immersive but always with a subtle twist of humour.
Solo shows include: Auld Reekie Ghost Rave Tour, The Bothy Project: Pig Rock Bothy. Individual residency on the grounds of Modern One, Edinburgh, Scotland (2014); You’ll Never See the Likes Again, independent intervention, Cash Generator, 11 Trongate, Glasgow, Scotland (2013)
Group exhibitions include: MELON – Slice 3 – Natalie Doyle and Alessandro Di Massimo, The Project Space at The Number Shop Studios & Gallery, 188-190 Pleasance, Edinburgh, Scotland (2017); GOULASH – Step 1 – Fiona Beveridge and Natalie Doyle, The Dark Space at The Number Shop Studios & Gallery, 188-190 Pleasance, Edinburgh, Scotland (2016); Bring Your Own Beamer, group show, St Margaret’s House, 151 London Road, Edinburgh, Scotland (2016); ETC…, group show with the REUNIFICATION Collective, G4 Bunker Gayfield Spaces, 11 Gayfield Square, Edinburgh, Scotland (2015); CONTINUANCE, group show with the REUNIFICATION Collective, GENERATORprojects, Unit 25-26, Mind Wynd, Dundee, Scotland (2015).
For more information visit: http://nataliedoyle.net
The Number Shop Studios and Gallery: Natasha Russell, Alessandro Di Massimo, Flo Gordon, Theo Cleary, Fiona Beveridge, Beck Tait, Iain Sommerville, Joe Coghill, Lewis Matheson, Natalie Doyle, Alistair Grant & Amalia Turkieltaub
The twelve artists of The Number Shop present REFRACTION: a sequence of screen-based works that mutate from the starting theme of Binge Watching. Taking the framework of the parlour game Telephone, REFRACTION brings together fields of stop-motion, digital animation, illustration and film in a 24-hour collaborative loop.
Tue 20 April – Tue 15 May