Saint Cloche welcomes back Ceramic sculptor Natalie Rosin with ‘Chromatic’ – a play on tones of the chromatic scale relating to colour phenomenon and sensation observed in architecture.
For this body of work, Natalie was inspired by the colourful and surreal anomalies of the built world. Three strong influences for this exhibition include Spanish architect Ricardo Bofill, Swiss-French architect Le Corbusier and Mexican architect Luis Barragan. Each, in their own way has embraced the use of bold colour, poetically offering different hues in a thoughtful, considered way and never as an afterthought.
Natalie Rosin is an architectural graduate and ceramicist practicing in Sydney, Australia. Her work embraces the intersection, conflict and dialogue between these disciplines, forming both sculptural and functional handmade ceramic objects.
Throughout her practice, Natalie’s work explores form, either architectural model or ceramic sculpture, whose fluid properties and flexible structure are characteristic of neither discipline.
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