Villa Aurora Grant Recipients | 2018

Jan, Feb, Mar

Natalie Häusler | Visual Artist

Natalie Häusler, Photo: Eric Bell
Natalie Häusler, Photo: Eric Bell

NATALIE HÄUSLER (*1983) is an artist and poet living in Berlin. She holds an MFA degree from Bard College, Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts, New York, and a Meisterschüler degree from the Braunschweig University of Art.

Her work has been exhibited at Kunstverein Bielefeld; Noplace, Oslo; Supportico Lopez, Berlin; Combo, Córdoba; PS122 Gallery, NY; Municipal Gallery of Lisbon; ICA, London; KM - Halle für Kunst & Medien, Graz; Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo; Hacienda, Zürich; Raven Row, London; Kunstverein Nürnberg; Herman Nitsch Museum, Naples; Nurture Art Foundation, NY; Goethe Institut, New York Library; and Kunsthalle Ravensburg. 

Her book “A Virus Can be on a Mussel [...]” was published in 2014 by Mousse. Her writing also appears in “VierSomes 004,” Birkbeck College Contemporary Poetics Research Centre, London; “Blackbox Manifold (14),” University of Cambridge/Sheffield; “General Fine Arts 1/1,” Version House, Berlin; and in “Noon on the Moon,” Sternberg, Berlin.

She has received grants from Hans and Charlotte Krull Stiftung; BAU Institute, NY for the Camargo Foundation, Cassis; Berlin Senate Stipend for Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris; DAAD Study Scholarship, NY; MFA Scholarship, Bard College, NY; Byrd Hoffman Watermill Foundation Scholarship, Long Island; and the Arthur Boskamp Stiftung Emerging Artist Award.