Transforming the New Media Art Scene in the Netherlands, in this episode of Belonging, we chat to Natasha Greenhalgh about how the future, present and past all come together in Amsterdam’s Nxt Museum. 

Natasha Waddell   interviewer and editor  | recorded: 26 March 2021

What is at the heart of the Nxt Museum – Natasha Greenhalgh

In this episode, we discuss what is at the heart of the Nxt Museum, and how the DNA of the Museum speaks to its relationship with the art, innovation, creatives & audience.

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© Courtesy of the artists and Nxt Museum
Video: Benny Benassi & Bloom Twins ‘DayDream’, Ultra Music (2021)⁠⁠

About the guest

Natasha Greenhalgh, co-founder of the Nxt Museum in interview for Agora Digital Art
Natasha Greenhalgh, co-founder of NXT Museum © Courtesy of the guest.

Natasha Greenhalgh Co-Founder & Creative Director at Nxt Museum (@NxtMuseum) in Amsterdam.

Having studied at Chelsea Art College, Natasha is trained in Spatial Design and this is what drives Natasha’s interest in how the Nxt Museum can most effectively use its dynamic space to communicate its obsession with the future, constantly looking for opportunity & innovation. Natasha is devoted to ensuring the Nxt Museum is a place for the many, not just the few, opening up conversations to those who might have previously felt excluded. In the future Natasha is planning to incorporate more performances, music and dance into the Nxt Museum’s programme, connecting with a diverse variety of up-and-coming creatives in order to achieve this. Natasha is currently developing Nxt Lab, an educational space for experimentation, research, development & failure, designed to empower and inspire the pioneers of tomorrow.

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