Natasha Lall is a multi-disciplinary artist predominantly working with sound, text and film. Lall’s work explores dysphoria in the contemporary realm.

Recent work includes an installation of film, sound and sketches for It Gets Better V (2017) at The Insitute of Contemporary Arts, London. Previous solo shows include SCRUB (2016) at Life Gallery, London.

Group shows include Ecocide (2015), Clubdead (2016) and Swatch (2017).

Lall regularly gives academic papers and talks on queer politics in the world of sound and music. Recent presentations include a talk on her novella SQUELCH (2017) at The Women’s Library, Glasgow and a paper entitled Brown Girls in the Club (2017) at Sonic Cyberfeminisms, Lincoln University.

Lall has recently started a regular slot on the show Queerphonie on Sound Art Radio. Continuing on from much of her previous radio work, Lall uses the show to document contemporary queer histories in the form of interviews and music.