Since 1994 Natalia E. Woytasik has been taking pictures with an army infrared camera, type Cyclop 1, using the possibilities of this night camera to capture cityscapes in Moscow, London and Berlin, where she also photographs night life. Her series include her work on the Saira Blanche Theatre in Moscow, the Tate Gallery and the British Museum in London, where she gained access to the archives of sculptors and their works.
Always with the same camera, she portrays the writers and founders of the group ►Kommune I, including Ulrich Enzensberger, who created her own version of Otto Rosenberg's autobiography "La loupe à brûler" (The Burning Magnifier). Between 1996 and 2001 she photographed the Berlin art scene. Underground artists such as the poet and writer ►Harry Haas, the singer ►Marianne Rosenberg, the musician and radio DJ ►Gudrun Gut, the musician and composer ►Nikki Sudden, the cellist and New York artist ►Bob Rutman and the Canadian artist Lisa Brown. — Marianne Dumas Paris 2012