Natalia Janula’s work often consists of mix media assemblages, which employ a material vocabulary of humanoid silicone casts, latex photographic prints, fragile anatomical miniatures of body parts, female cosmetic accessories, high-viscosity liquids, lm, CGI animation and latex wearables. It playfully equivocates between the organic and synthetic, sometimes simulating entities whose physiologies include both technological and biological components. It is a relationship that feels increasingly liquid in both its application and substance. The final expression of this romance forms an off-kilter specimen cabinet for an age in which the human and the technological become ever more fundamentally intertwined.
Natalia (b. Poland) lives and works in London. She graduated with an MA from Slade School of Fine Art in 2015, having previously completed her BA at University of Westminster (2011). Recent exhibitions and projects include: Warm Show (Group Exhibition) at Chalton Gallery (London, 2019), Swallowed her agile tongue (Group Exhibition) at Crown Point Studios (Glasgow, 2018), Some sort of fossil (Group Exhibition) at CGP London Gallery (London, 2017), Skin dance (Group Exhibition) at Gossamer Fog (London, 2017), Beep Bleep Deep Sleep (Solo Exhibition) at Union Gallery (London, 2015),