Natasha Lushetich

Since her graduation in 1992 from East 15 Acting School and Ecole Internationale du Théâtre Jacques Lecoq Natasha has worked throughout Europe as a performer, director and teacher. Her devising / performing work includes, among others, collaborations with Jean-Michele Bruyère (FR, multimedia performance), Griftheater (NL, site-specific performance), Karina Holla (NL, physical theatre), Aernout Mik, Dan Oki (NL, video performance) and Orchestra Stolpnik (CRO/IT site-specific performance). Her devising /directing theatre and performance work The Following of the Bank and Money Worshippers, Imago, Desire, Nexus, Crypto-Pseudo and 50%. As a teacher Natasha worked for the Moving Academy of Performing Arts, Berlin for a number of years. In 2002 she founded Sub Rosa, an Amsterdam-based interdisciplinary group dedicated to creating interactive performative interventions on location. Their interventionist projects Virus, Demediocratic and Egomania have been shown in Europe, Africa and Asia.

In 2007 Natasha was artist in residence at ArtsLink, New York and Cleveland Public Theater, Ohio. She was also commissioned to make new work for the Museum of Contemporary Art in Zagreb, Croatia.

Dr Lushetich currently works at the University of Exeter as a lecturer in Drama.