She is a curator, producer, and art historian. Nominee for the Sergey Kuryokhin Contemporary Art Award in the Grand Prix category. She graduated from the University of Manchester in the UK (MA Cultural Management, Manchester University) and the Danube University in Austria with a Master's degree in the history of media art.
From 2009 to 2013, she was involved in the development of the Media Forum at the Moscow International Film Festival and the Vienna Contemporary Art Fair.
In 2013, Natalia founded the ARTYPICAL Art Workshop, after which she was appointed Curator of the Polytechnic Museum, where she founded the interdisciplinary programme Polytech.Science.Art. In 2015, the programme became a nominee for the Intermuseum Contest and received a diploma from the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation as the Best Educational Museum Project. The events of the programme (exhibitions, workshops, performance, and research projects) were implemented jointly with the Strelka Institute, the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art, the Ars Electronica Media Art Centre and others.
In 2016-2018, Natalia Fuchs was the Curator, Head of the Multimedia Art Department, and Deputy Director of the State Centre for Contemporary Art in Moscow, where she launched the TECHNE Platform dedicated to innovative practices in art.
Since 2017, Natalia has been teaching the history of media art at the Moscow State University (Faculty of History, Department of General History of Art). Natalia's artistic projects include the audiovisual performance Benaviours (2014) in collaboration with Sonya Cillari (Italy), the audiovisual installation Crystall.Reconstruction (2016) in collaboration with ::vtol:: (Russia), the video work Link of Times (2018), the audiovisual performance NOTATION_AI (2020) with Ilya Symphocat (Russia), the art research Trust Territories (2021), and the Manifesto of Manifests (2021) with Albena Baeva (Bulgaria).
In 2018-2020, Natalia Fuchs was the curator and co-producer of the Gamma Contemporary Culture and Music Festival, the Gamma_PRO International Art and Technology International Conference (Saint Petersburg), as well as the curator of the Transart Contemporary Culture Festival (Bolzano, Italy). During this period, Natalia implemented exhibition and educational projects for such international institutions as the ZKM Centre for Media and Art and CTM Festival in Germany, the Mutek Montreal Festival in Canada, Mutek Japan in Tokyo, the Lunchmeat Festival in the National Gallery of Prague, etc. Also during this period, Natalia was an adviser to Peter Weibel as part of the Open Codes project and an adviser to the London Barbican Centre (the AI: More Than a Humane exhibition). In 2020, Natalia founded the Methodology Centre for Media Art by order of the Moscow Department of Culture. She also became a member of the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art (IKT) and co-author of the AI Art Manifesto.
Presently, Natalia Fuchs is Head of the Exhibitions Department and Chief Curator of the Polytechnic Museum in Moscow.