Natalia Jordanova

Natalia Jordanova considers her practice as an evolutionary process. From bodies to animals, machines and environments, it moves between scales of magnification and time frames to explore what it means to be human today, as seen from a situated position in the present. For Unfair™ she worked on Bursting Bubbles: Another Truth. It is the third stage of an installation called Simultaneous Truths, followed by Flat Bubbles. Throughout this year, the work developed and transformed from one exhibition to another. An ecosystem of images and signs, it evolves in a context and between images and places that are all part of the natural and artificial-technological fabricated reality.

Natalia Jordanova, Problem Exists Between Keyboard and Chair (PEBKAC), 2019

Natalia Jordanova, Problem Exists Between Keyboard and Chair (PEBKAC), 2019

Background Natalia Jordanova (1991) lives and works in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She’s currently studying at the Dirty Art Department of the Sandberg Instituut, Amsterdam. She graduated from the Royal Academy of Art, The Hague and the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts in Bulgaria. Her work has been included in numerous group shows in institutes in The Netherlands and abroad such as the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, the Courtyard Theatre, London and the Fridge Gallery in Sofia. In 2019 she was nominated for the NN Group Art Award.

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Natalia Jordanova
Problem Exists Between Keyboard and Chair (PEBKAC) (2019)

Natalia Jordanova, Problem Exists Between Keyboard and Chair (PEBKAC), 2019 Natalia Jordanova, Problem Exists Between Keyboard and Chair (PEBKAC), 2019
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Museum of Non-Human Ethics (2018)

Natalia Jordanova, Museum of Non-Human Ethics, 2018
Natalia Jordanova
Century Egg (2017)

Natalia Jordanova, Century Egg, 2017
Natalia Jordanova
Turn Left on Supernova (2017)

Natalia Jordanova, Turn Left on Supernova, 2017