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Nataliia Kushnir

Nataliia Kushnir

Kushnir Natalia (Natusya) an artist, author of picturesque, sculptural objects and installations. The leading theme of the work is human and its direct participation in social life, ways of survival and observation of individuals. Remaking ordinary plots by rethinking objects and their purpose, using them not with the proposed functionality, focusing on the problems. This is also facilitated by the materials used, usually working with recycled materials and artifacts found on the street. Member of the commune at the SRZ in Odessa.



2014-2018. Studied at the Odesa Art School named after M.B. Greek painting by profession

2018-2022. Studied painting at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture.



2022- Participant of the Sweet Dreams Foundation residency in Nida, Lithuania

2022- Personal exhibition "After" in the "Svitlo" gallery, Lviv, Ukraine

2022- Personal exhibition "What is needed to become Natusa" in the art space "Flat 2233". in Kyiv, Ukraine

2021-Participant of the group exhibition at the center of modern art M-17 "It was forbidden to swim in the water area of ​​the plant". in Kyiv, Ukraine

2021 – Participant of the audio-visual residency "Fantazers" under the curatorship of Zhanna Kadyrova. in the city of Yasinya, Ukraine

2021- Personal exhibition "Obhod" in the art space "Kryla". in Kyiv, Ukraine

2020-Participant of the group exhibition in Invogue # ART "It was forbidden to swim in the water area of ​​the plant" in Odesa, Ukraine

2020 Personal exhibition of the project "Under water" on the territory of the ship repair plant (SRZ). in Odesa, Ukraine

2020-Personal exhibition at the "Everything is Right" festival. in Odesa, Ukraine

2019 - Personal exhibition "Good Trip" in the center of contemporary art "AURUM". in Odesa, Ukraine

Date of residency: 07.10.2022 – 07.12.2022

The residency is a part of the project Ruritania and Other Edges of the World supported by the Program EU Creative Europe.