Natasha Marin is a conceptual artist working across disciplines and in emerging fields. Natasha’s methodology pivots around co-creation and she uses social media platforms like Facebook to build alliances, communities, and sustainable creative legacies. Her digital public art projects (often done in collaboration with non-artists) engage diverse audiences including incarcerated women, “at-risk” youth, non-English speakers, and unsheltered people. Her social experiment, Reparations, focuses on leveraging white privilege and gained local, national, and international attention after going viral in 2016. Natasha is also a published poet and visual artist, who has presented video, sculpture, and installations both locally and on the global stage. Her projects, Seattle People of Color Salon (SPoCS), Midnight Tea, #WomanCentered, and Red Lineage, bridge the gap between the real and digital worlds. Her debut poetry collection, MILK (Minor Arcana Press, 2014) explores the engendered black body politic by deconstructing the experience of breastfeeding in the Digital Age.