Natasha Caruana primarily works with photography and video, and makes use of performative strategies to engage groups. Her work elicits responses to test and reveal groups' assumptions about their place in the world.
Natasha's work often takes the form of research projects working with groups or communities to explore the ties or breaches between their members, and their place in society as a whole.
Her recent bodies of work have included a three year-long study of the motivations of married men who conduct affairs, and a book exploring the stories of the other women. Natasha's approach might be described as ethnographic - as she acts as a participant-observer using the camera lens.
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