News / Upcoming:

Please check out my TED talk I gave at TED Global in 2011 (


I am on the cover of the the current (Dec/Jan 2014 issue) of American Craft Magazine.
Inside is a great article about my work called "Composing Chaos" by Joyce Lovelace.

I am pleased to announce that my work is now represented by the Miller Yezerski Gallery in Boston, MA.

Great preview of the State of the Art Show at the Crystal Bridges Museum in the Wall Street Journal:

I recently did a radio interview with Kita Szpak on for a show called A Kind Voice on Big Ideas:

Upcoming/Current Shows:

May 11 – Aug 25 Elmhurst Art Museum, Elmhurst, IL
Lifeblogging – Featuring works by Elise Engler, Leona Christie, Jennifer Dalton, Clive Smith, Suzanne Szucs, Richard Garrison, Stephen Cartwright, Katie Lewis, Nathalie Miebach, Renato Umali, and Madelyn Roehrig, this exhibition will explore the chronicling impulse.

June 14 – Sep 12 New Bedford Art Museum, New Bedford, MA
Group show exploring the ocean, through collaborations between scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and Massachusetts Institute of Technology and visual artists.

Sep 5 – Sep 30, Miller Yezerski Gallery, Boston, MA
Three Pieces

Sep 9 – Oct 25, Willard Wankelman Gallery. Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH
Sound / Sculpture – Featuring the works of Harry Bertoia, Nathalie Miebach and the Kusuma Sari Balinese Gamelan.

Oct 15 – Musical performance of a collaboration with composer Cory Kasprzyk.

Sep 13-Jan 19, 2015, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
State of the Art brings together the artwork of more than 100 artists, ranging from works on canvas and paper to photography and video to installation and performance art, and more. The exhibition examines the ways in which today’s artists are informed by the past, innovating with materials old and new, and engaging deeply with issues relevant to our times.

Sep 16 – Jan 4, 2015, Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon, GA
The Weather is Turning Weird - Solo show

Nov 16 – Feb 21, 2015, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, GA
Laboratory ­ - Group Show featuring artists who examine visual manifestations of complex ideas and systems, translating scientific data into art. Artists include Erik Demaine, Robert Daniel Flowers, Nathalie Miebach, Karen Rich Beall, and Lauren Redniss.


March 8 – June 7, Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA
Nature/Tech – Featuring the work of Christie Rinklin, Michelle Samour and Nathalie Miebach.

April 11- May 10, Tarble Arts Center, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL
The Weather is Turning Weird – Part 2 – solo show

April 26, MIT Museum, Boston, MA
Musical Performance with the Dinosaur Annex, as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.

May 5 – Aug 15, The Welch Gallery, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA

May 23 – Aug 30, Akron Art Museum, Akron, OH

Sep – Dec, Peeler Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN

Upcoming Artist Talks:

Oct 15, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH

Nov 8, Massachusetts Art Education Association conference, keynote speaker, Boston, MA

Recent reviews / publications / grants include:


2014 "Women to Watch" Nominee for Massachusetts, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
2013 Artist’s Resource Grant
2013 Brother Thomas Award Nominee
2012 World Technology Award Nominee, Individual Artist Category
2012 "Women to Watch" Nominee for Massachusetts, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC
2011 TED Global Fellowship
2011 Pollock Krassner Award

Book Publications:

“Information Graphics”, Sandra Rendgen, published by Taschen. ISBN: 978-3-8365-2879-5

“Time for Kids: That’s Strange But True: The World Most Astonishing Facts and Records”, published by Time for Kids Magazine. ISBN: 978-1603201551 (published September 2012)

“Living with Art”, 10th edition Mark Getlein, published by McGraw-Hill Higher Education. ISBN: 0073379255 (published Fall 2012)

“Compose, Design, Advocate: a rhetoric for integrating written, visual, and oral communication” , 2nd edition by Anne Frances Wysocki & Dennis A. Lynch, published by Pearson Longman. (published 2013)

Videos online:

Ted Talk “Art Made of Storms” given at TED Global in June 2011

Eyeo Festival, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, June 2012

Print / Online reviews:

Surface Design Magazine, Spring issue on “interface. “Hurricanes, Roller Coasters and Baskets” by Sally Hansell.

Moustache Magazine (Brisbane, Australia)

SFR Player, No. 10, Paris, France (print)

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) vol 110, No. 9

Raven Hanna, science writer

National Endowment for the Arts:
“Driven By Data: Nathalie Miebach on Basket Weaving and Tinkering”  - Q&A with Whitney Dail, August 2012

“Data, Visualization, Poetry and Sculpture” - Recent blog by Dylan Schenker – I really like his take on both Stefanie Posavec and my talks from the Eyeo Festival this summer in Minneapolis. To find the poetry in information without compromising its integrity as a factual thing is extremely hard, because it requires letting go of controlling the outcome of the visualization and allowing it to reveal contradictions that one may not always understand.

Creative Applications Network

Revista Exclama – Colombia (print)

Novum – World of Graphic Design, Germany (print)

Art World Magazine, Shanghai, China (print)

Elephant Magazine, London, UK (online)

Dots Digital Magazine / (App) – Fall 2012

Time for Kids / (print) – Fall 2012

New York Times: _r=1&ref=global
July 10, 2011

The Atlantic:
July 12, 2011

“Musical Sculptures Translate Weather Data Into Art” July 12, 2011

“You’d Never Believe This is a Hurricane” July 12, 2011

Reneweable Energy Magazine:
Interview with Dan Cue, Nov 20, 2011


Danish National Radio, Radio 24syv
Live interview, March 19, 2012

“The Sound of Chaos”, Dec 19, 2011 p=106

Sverige Radio (Swedish National Public Radio) programid=1012&artikel=4636667