Natalya Kolosowsky is a visual artist, performer, and designer currently residing in Eugene, Oregon. She received her classical ballet training under Kee
Juan Han from the School of Ballet Arizona, and continues to train and perform in modern dance, circus arts, and physical theater with a variety of
underground performance groups throughout the West Coast of the United States. She holds a BFA in Visual Communication and a BS in Psychology from the
University of Arizona and is currently working towards an MFA in Theatrical Design and Fine Art at the University of Oregon.
Shaped by her experiences as a performer and a bicultural/bilingual artist, Natalya's current interests include the physical/psychological experience of costume, and the construction of cultural, external, and internal identities. Natalya also has a deep fascination with the role of myth, magic, ritual, and technology in the modern world, and seeks to explore these themes across multiple media.
Natalya's work has been exhibited in New York, San Francisco, Arizona, Italy, Germany, and most recently at the 2013 World Stage Design Expo in Cardiff, Wales.
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Costume at the Turn of the Century (1990 - 2015) - Moscow, Russia - AABSCTM - June-August 2015
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