Natalie Wood is an award-winning Trinidadian-born, Tkaronto-based visual and media artist. Her multimedia artwork draws upon afro surrealist ideas and practices cohabiting the areas of popular culture, and education. Her works create dreamlike imaginary spaces rich in iconography and metaphors referencing Afro-Caribbean diasporic culture, Mas making, and Black and Queer experience. This image depicts a moko jumbie (stilt walker) through the Atlantic Ocean underwater world of Mami Wata/Yemaya/ Drexciya.
She is represented by Paul Petro Contemporary Art and has works in the collections of the World Bank and RBC.