Characterized by the elegant simplicity of geometric forms, vertical and horizontal planes and interior and exterior spaces, my work articulates a sense of order and balance. Under close inspection, each piece provides an interstitial space where reflection becomes a reversal of the observer and the object - a vehicle for the projection of the self.
Natasha Avila’s work explores the characteristics of the reflected image within the context of the wearable object. Utilizing reflective surfaces, the aim of the work is to produce spatial rediscoveries by deconstructing, transforming and emphasizing details.
Avila completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Object Based Practice (Gold & Silversmithing) with Distinction from RMIT University in 2013. She is currently undertaking a Masters of Fine Art, Gold & Silversmithing.