Back in 2017, The Met Museum made all images of public-domain works in its collection available under Creative Commons Zero which enables anyone to download and use, remix, and manipulate any photos in their collection without restrictions. Natasha took a deep dive into through collective and pulled close to a hundred pieces to use in future projects, the first of which took a painting of Adam and Eve and completely reimagined them. In her video piece "The Fall of Man", Natasha digitally collages Met paintings, scenes from Nature and even a disco ball, to create a surreal moment with a looming storm in the background.
Extra Large Acrylic: 11.4 x 7.5 x 1.1 inches Large Acrylic: 5.8 x 8.4 x 1 inches Small Acrylic: 4.5 x 6.4 x 1 inches
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Throughout the last five years, Natasha has honed her craft and visual art career by creating surreal styles of digital art by manipulating images of nature called Digital Dreamscapes” . She brings her unique style to collaborate with other visual artists and musicians and is able to grab people’s attention enough to bring her art all around the world. Her video art and installation work has been showcased at Art Basel, Zona Maco, World Economic Forum as well as at festivals such as Comedy Central’s Clusterfest, Okeechobee, iii Points, and Miami Music Week. Natasha’s work does well in the hospitality world and she often works with 1 Hotel, Soho House, Nautilus Hotel, Faena and W Hotels. She's worked on public art projects in Miami and in New York City, along with brand commissions from Virgin Voyages and WeWork.