Natalia Zubko is a sculpture/installation artist from California who currently lives and works in Brooklyn. Natalia's work ranges from small, intimate sculptures built out of everyday materials to large, public site-responsive environments.
Natalia's large, public works include a weather-interactive, sculpture/installation, "Luminous Accumulation," for the Art Lot, Brooklyn, an installation structure for a performance artist, Aricoco, at the Chashama Window Spaces, and a site-responsive transformative environment out of Dryer Sheets and Light at the Islip Art Museum.
She has worked on numerous interdisciplinary, multi-media, collaborative commissions and projects around NYC from envisioning and building an installation to house photos and interviews from the "FishBird" project (exploring the experience of being multi-racial) to designing and constructing props for an experimental theater piece at the Ontological-Hysteric Theater.
She has BA's in Anthropology and Art History from Brandeis University as well as a post-baccalaureate certificate (Brandeis) and MFA (Parsons) in Fine Arts, Sculpture.
Outside of her own creative endeavors, Natalia is a part-time faculty at Parsons The New School for Design and City College of New York. In addition, shes taught for the Missouri Fine Arts Academy in interdisciplinary, process-based classes co-taught with dancers and musicians.