Natalie Labriola

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Artwork
"Totem," Screen-printed drawings on stacked acrylic cubes, black volcanic sand, hair, wood, fluorescent lights, 12”x60”x12
"Tombstone for Deana Carter," Acrylic paint, rubber linoleum, wood, MDF 18”x36”x5”
"Untitled," Temporary tattoos on magazine advertisement, 8”x10”
"Emoticon Tablet, I & II" L-R: Laser etched unfired clay, hand stamped unfired clay, Dimensions variable
"Now Your Face Is Right," tie-dyed plaster, cellu-clay, newsprint, cardboard, used wigs, tanning light, wax, Dimensions variable
Natalie
Labriola
Artist's Statement

Artist Statement:

Vision
One Agency. One Community. An Agency unmatched in its core capabilities, functioning as one team, fully integrated into the Intelligence Community.

Mission
I am the nation’s first line of defense. I accomplish what others cannot accomplish and go where others cannot go.

Core Values
*Service. I put Country first and Agency before self. Quiet patriotism is my hallmark. I am dedicated to the mission, and I pride myself on my extraordinary responsiveness to the needs of my customers.
*Integrity. I uphold the highest standards of conduct. I seek and speak the truth—to my colleagues and to my customers. I honor those Agency officers who have come before me and I honor the colleagues with whom I work today.
*Excellence. I hold myself—and others—to the highest standards. I embrace personal accountability. I reflect on my performance and learn from that reflection.

Bio/Resume

Natalie Labriola
b. 1987 Mesa AZ

Education
BFA Candidate
New York University, Steinhardt School, 2010
Yale University Summer School of Music and Art, Art Division, 2008
Ox-Bow School of Art & Artists' Residency, Summer Session, 2008
The New York Studio Program, Brooklyn, New York, Spring 2008
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL, 2005-2008

Selected Exhibitions
2010
BRUCEFORMA, Organized by The Bruce High Quality Foundation, New York City
2009
New Work, Rosenberg Gallery, NYU, New York City
Sally’s, Berlin, Germany
Nepotistically Yours, curated by Karen Archey, MWNM, New York City
Women Get Fucked, Alogon Gallery, Chicago IL
2008
Gooddrawers: Works Not On The Internet, Scott Projects, Chicago IL
Dollar Store: A Group Show, Kunsthalle Chicago, Chicago, IL
American Installation, curated by Andres J Laracuente: Plaines Project, Chicago, IL