Nat Thomas and Concertina Inserra (AU)
Image: Concettina Inserra and Nat Thomas, Portrait of mother and daughter (after Mirka), 2008, Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection. Courtesy of the artists.
Concettina Inserra and Natalie Thomas are Melbourne-based artists who studied art in the 1990s. Their projects involve a broad range of media such as photography and performance. While they both pursue individual artistic practices, they often work in collaboration with each other and with other artists. Inserra and Thomas won the Bowness Photography Prize in 2008 for their work Portrait of mother and daughter, after Mirka, 2008. After winning the prize, the artists collaborated on further projects, including more inspired by Mirka Mora and another about the performance artist Leigh Bowery.