Natasha P. Bissonauth

Natasha P. Bissonauth is a freelance art critic who focuses on contemporary South Asian art and its diaspora recently specializing in art production as it intersects with queer politics. She is published in sources like Art Asia Pacific, ArtIndia and Art&Deal. Originally from Montreal, Natasha completed a Bachelor's degree in Art History at McGill University and a Master’s degree in Contemporary Art from the Courtauld Institute of Art - University of London in 2006. She has since been immersed in the South Asian gallery and non-profit worlds of New York City for a few years. She currently lives in Toronto.

Breaking Through Unnatural Borders

Theatre spoken word artist, YaliniDream, explores truth, spirituality, activism, gender, sexuality, love and Sri Lanka. Her stage presence is at once a resounding cry for action and a soulful prayer for all things lost. Rarely without politicized intentions, her work, nevertheless finds room for reverie. She sat with art critic Natasha Bissonauth to discuss her views on inter-disciplinary art and collaboration as they relate to her political dreams for a different Sri Lanka.

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