Natsumi Goldfish is a Japanese visual artist born and raised in Fuchu-City, Tokyo, Japan. Fuchu-City is fringe of Tokyo witch is described as a regional commercial center and a bedroom community for commuters working in central Tokyo. Where she grew up in her childhood was a place of between, both urban and suburban, where nature and urban culture and many different elements coexisted. The environment made her believe in pluralism, or something close to the idea of being between and both as a truth of the universe. Natsumi’s creation is based on her interest in human behavior: gestures, actions, and habits that derive from conscious and unconscious states of mind. She is intrigued by each individual human being as a unique creature that lives and dies for its mind, imagination, and creations. Natsumi creates her work as waypoints on a path of seeking the differences between human and other creatures. In her work, Natsumi uses multiple everyday life subjects and spaces such as bath tubs, fish tanks, specimens, and windows that can be seeing as subtle symbols of human being. In 2012 Natsumi moved to Philadelphia, in the United States where she received her BA in Art degree from Tyler School of Art, Temple University (2013), then soon after she moved to New York City. Natsumi Goldfish had a solo exhibition in Koganei, Tokyo (2017), and two small solo exhibitions in New York City (2018). She has been included in multiple group exhibitions in Tokyo, Philadelphia, and New York City. Today, Natsumi Goldfish lives and works in New York City.