Natalie is a multi-disciplinary artist who works primarily with narratives. They are Chinese-Canadian artist based on Treaty 1 Territory in Winnipeg.

They interned at plug in ICA in 2018, co-created an installation at Pride Toronto's street fair, and created video work for Reel Asian International Film Festival, and regularly make zines about their feelings.

Natalie loves going to their neighbourhood library, playing table tops, and making comics!

If you would like to work with me, please email me nataliemark (@) proton (.) me

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(Upcoming 2023)    Chinatown Neighbourhood Banner Project, WAC and Downtown BIZ, Downtown Chinatown, Winnipeg, MB


2023 Angel – Self-published, to debut at Vancouver Comic Arts Festival. Spring 2023
2021    Good Chicken / 良い鶏肉  – Self-published. Fall-Winter 2021.
2020     Restaurant Diaries Self-published, nominated for a 2020 Broken Pencil Zine Award. Spring 2020. Exhibited at Seeing Providence Chinatown: a relational reconstruction (2022).
2019    From Yesterday Old Growth Press. Editor: Cleo Peterson. Summer 2019.
2019    Before You Go Self-published. Winter 2019.Exhibited at Seeing Providence Chinatown: a relational reconstruction (2022)


2021    My Monsters Hold Me Soft – zine reading and guest artist, hosted by Story Planet.
2021    Wee Asian Arts Channel – contracted to create and all ages/kids video workshop for zine making, programmed at Reel Asian Film Festival.
2020    Comics Out Loud with Old Growth Press – disability centric comics reading using detailed image description as part of a disability initiative with the Canada Comics Open Library, hosted by Old Growth Press and presented by the Canada Comics Open Library.
2019    Next Page: Comics and Zines Creating Change – featured panelist on a TCAF panel facilitated by Fiona Smyth at TCAF – Toronto Comic Arts Festival.
2017    Night 4 Zines – Self-directed public engagement event for showcasing traditionally uncentred/marginalized artists. Organized by me. TRNAZAC Tiki Room, Toronto. Patchwork Primer (How Do We Find What We’re Not Looking For?), book club about a brief history of lesbian publishing in North America, co-programming and research zine by Kaythi and Seiji.


2023    Lights on the Exchange, Exchange District, Winnipeg, MB
2019    Bai Sun – Window Space at XPACE Toronto, ON
2017    DIY LOVE: Queer Knowledge & History Then, Now, and Forever, Pride Toronto Street Fair, Toronto, ON


2022 – Seeing Providence Chinatown: a relational Reconstruction, curated by Jeffrey Yoo Warren, 95 Empire St, Providence, RI, USA. Ancestral Memory Enclaves: Diasporic memory and relational reconstruction – Workshop facilitated by Jeffrey yoo Warren, Mozilla Hubs Online.
2019    House of Oriental co-curated by Samiya Karim, Yasmin Emery, and myself; Learning Zone, Toronto ON. Self-initiated exhibition with the OCAD U Zine Library
2019    Grad Ex 104 OCAD University grad show, Illustration program, OCAD University, Toronto, ON
2019    Homeworkstudent show at Artscape Youngplace, Hallway Gallery, Toronto, ON
2018    Anti-Capitalist Love Letters: A Celebration of Self-worth group show at Video Pool Gallery Space, Artspace, Winnipeg
2017    ZINE POWER group show at the Learning Zone, OCAD University, Toronto, ON
2017    #Inktober Glory Hole Gallery, Glad Day Bookshop, Toronto, ON