The Elemental Outpost is an experimental project space on Moorang Moobar Country at the edge of the forest. It is the creation of Bundjalung Country/ Northern Rivers based Multidisciplinary artist Natalie Wilkin – a maker of objects, spaces, and experiences (including film, photography, performance, sculpture and installation) that explore the transformative power inherent in the landscape. Natalie grew up in the 80’s on a sheep station in Wemba Wemba Country deep in the Australian bush and it is those childhood explorations in the natural world that drive all of her creative work today. Natalie studied a Bachelor of Design studies at Queensland College of art, is an Alumni from the Byron School Art, and is currently completing her Master of Arts in creative research focusung on decolonial praxis in the arts. Natalie’s design background in the built environment, means she is able to create multi sensory environments and objects to engage with the viewer and awaken peoples curiosity. Natalie currently lives in the forest at the base of Wollumbin making work in communion with the land around her. Natalie has been a part of multiple group exhibitions in America and Australia spending three years in NY as a collaborator and artist in residence at Mildreds Lane – an art project run by J Morgan Puett and Mark Dion – where her work was included in high profile exhibitions at SAIC in Chicago and MoMA in NYC.