Nathalie Djurberg (b. 1978, Sweden) creates highly critical stop-motion videos by employing erotic and violent scenes with figures made of Plasticine. Djurberg’s video works are accompanied by music composed by Hans Berg. Four video works will be screened at the Bakery: Didn’t You Know I’m Made of Butter and I’m a Wild Animal from 2011, Badain from 2005 and Tiger Licking Girl’s Butt from 2004. These works are absurd and ludicrous, but at the same time also morbid and savage.Nathalie Djurberg received her MFA from the Malmö Art Academy in Sweden. Selected group exhibitions include: New Museum, NY; Centre Pompidou, Paris; Hammer Museum, Los Angeles; Fry Art Museum, Seattle; Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna; Camden Art Center, London; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis; MAXII Museum, Rome; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; Zach Feuer Gallery, Giò Marconi Gallery, Milan, Fondazione Prada, Milan. She is the winner of the Silver Lion for a Promising Young Artist in the Fare Mondi // Making Worlds exhibition, The 53rd International Art Exhibition, Venice Biennale, 2009; the Pino Pascali Award; the Cairo Biennale Prize and more.