Natalia Tcherniak, a Canadian who works as an architect shares her Cyanotype work here.
From: Toronto, Ontario. Canada.
Natalia, a graduate of Carleton and University of British Columbia, spends her days as a licenced architect, working on mixed-use and health care projects across Canada. However, her mornings she spends as a visual artist and alternative photography printmaker, exhibiting locally in Toronto, and internationally in UK, USA, and Japan. Her work has been selected to be part of several international juried group exhibitions and fairs, invited group and solo shows. Natalia’s artwork has been published in The Hand Magazine, Canadian Interiors Magazine, CRUSH Zine and Cyanotype: the Blueprint in Contemporary Practice book. In the evenings, she builds sets for independent and professional theatre companies, for short run shows, festivals, and workshops. And at night, Natalia occasionally performs on stages of The Penthouse and Tallulah’s Cabaret in Toronto and Vancouver.
“I seek inspiration in the built environment, abandoned and incidental spaces, systems of orientation, and an ongoing process of self-discovery. I map new paths of intersection between architecture and psyche as I explore my own psychological construction assembly and the dystopian environment I call home.”
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