Born in Nazareth in 1992, he lives and works in Tel Aviv.
Natour’s work explores identity - its characteristics, its fluidity, and how it is constructed by culture, gender and nationality, through the use of humor, irony, and art history.
Natour’s practice spans a variety of mediums including video, digital drawing and installation, though video is Natour’s “mother tongue” from which the drawings evolved. The main protagonist in Natour’s video works and drawings is his own figure.
Natour completed his MFA studies (Hons) at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. His works have been exhibited in various museums and venues in Israel and abroad, including The Tel Aviv Museum of Art, The Israel Museum in Jerusalem, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, Janco Dada Museum in Ein Hod. Natour has received awards from The Yehoshua Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts, Oberhausen Short Film Festival, and The Pais Council for Culture and Art.