Natasha Jozi (b. 1988, based in Munich) is a Fulbright scholar, performance artist and curator from Pakistan. She is interested in collective human experiences, the intersection of science and the spiritual body, and rituals in the South Asian context. She has performed and exhibited her work in Germany, Pakistan, the US, Canada, the UK, Switzerland, Korea, India, Sri Lanka, and Italy. She is the founder and director of House Ltd., an independent initiative that explores the notion of city as a performing organism, and works towards generating a discourse around performance art in Pakistan. Through her curatorial projects, she strives to generate critical discourse around the body, gender and censorship. Jozi recently published her essay titled ‘I am, A Spectacle: Reclaiming Female Consciousness through Performance Art in Pakistan’ in the academic journal, Research in Arts and Education. Jozi resides and works between Pakistan and Germany.