Natsuko Uchino is an interdisciplinary artist living in south of France. Born in Japan in 1983, she graduated from the Cooper Union, New York in 2007 and from the CCA Kitakyushu research program, Japan in 2012. Uchino’s practice, defined by experiences in agriculture and crafts, relates art to ecology, food, and conviviality through the use of ceramics. Her work takes the form of installations, films, and performances combining the multiple materialities of sculpture, functional objects, and living matter. She was a guest lecturer for the MA in Fine Arts at ECAL with Matthew Lutz-Kinoy.