Natalia's work is preoccupied with the symbolic aspect of objects and their veneration, this is done through an exploration of the mystic relationships between society and objects. Her work borrows imagery from the past and distorts them, consequently, questions of ownership and collecting become palpable in her practice. Her latest work takes direct inspiration from her own iconodule catholic upbringing which was saturated with images, icons and representations. Through a process of fragmenting the subjects, she recreates ancient narratives through a contemporary lens. Throughout the creation of these fictitious icons and their arbitrary classification, her work questions the precariousness of the established value given to objects.
Natalia (b. Spain) lives and works in London. She graduated with a BA in Fine Art from City & Guilds of London Art School in 2017. Recent exhibitions and projects include: Always Winter (Group Exhibition) at Brooke Benington Gallery (London, 2020), Pending… (Group Exhibition) at San Mei Gallery (London, 2020), YICCA 2018 (Group Exhibition) at Hernandez Art Gallery (Milan, 2018), Shelter Exhibition (Group Exhibition) at The Take Courage Gallery (London, 2018), Ancients (Solo Exhibition) at Saint Catherine’s Church (London, 2017).