Natalie Rosin is an architectural graduate and ceramicist
practicing in Sydney, Australia. Her work involves 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. Natalie has worked in various architectural studios
in addition to more recently practicing as a full-time artist for
private commissions, exhibitions and installations.
Breezeblocks are a strong motif in Natalie’s works, as they are a hallmark graphic component in many Palm
Springs and mid-century buildings. Pops of colour are also a signature element,
along with the abundance of pools, all reflecting the lifestyle
of the mid-century desert city and the design emphasis on
relationships between interior and exterior realms.