"Draw the Line" was a week-long group artist residency program at Hubbell Street Galleries. 

Are lines porous or solid?
Do we need to allow them to be flexible or do some lines need to be permanently fixed?
Are they like borders or like margins? Which lines have you drawn or must draw?

Through the method of video installation and imagery, Natasha drew from her Punjabi ancestry, and a focus on matriarch to create a space where the past, present, and future all meet: where they all can communicate; where others can feel safe reflecting on their multilayered selves and ancestry. A visual representation of how ritual, sacred space, and vulnerability can all allign.