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Bluehue is a short film about the joys of naked swimming in the cold mountain lakes of Snowdonia, North Wales, is a beautiful reminder of the importance of staying connected to our bodies and to nature. Filmed, produced, and swam by artist Natasha Brooks.



Natasha Brooks

Natasha Brooks is a fine artist based on Anglesey, North Wales. She works predominantly with video, photography and installation, often with a performative element. Her work deals with different aspects of the human condition, using simple ideas and often ethereal imagery to create feelings of empathy and connection for the viewer. Recent exhibitions include the National Eisteddfod – Llanelli, Group shows with The Modern Alchemists – Cardiff, ‘Collectivity’ a solo show at Bocs Gallery – Caernarfon. Just Add Water a group show at Dame Hannah’s – Newton Abbot. Recent awards include first prize at Y Galeri Open Exhibition 2014, Caernarfon. First prize for ‘Women in Mountains Film Competition 2015’ The British Mountaineering Council, and ‘The Spirit of Adventure Film Award 2015’ The Llanberis Mountain Film Festival.

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