I am interested in the formation of art and the various decisions of material selection; the process of
art: gathering, sorting, collating, researching, associating, patterning and the actions involved in the
making of new photography.
Abstract paintings on canvas and paper. My innovative acrylic/collage technique has led to new
color expression, and gesture that is physically embedded in paint, with unique, strange and
beautiful paint surfaces.
I am a sculptor who has worked in a number of mediums. Recently I have spanned the art and design worlds. Most of what I make is made from upholstery springs and bent poplar plywood, along with steel and other metals.
My work explores the psychology of Internet-centric American culture through painting. Prevalent
themes of process, time, immediacy, obsession, identity, anxiety, and image are of concern.
I also write on art: WWW.ARTALLOUT.COM
My work focuses on the search of my identity. It begins with the journey of self acceptance for myself and knowing my worth. My focus is to help others to embrace their beauty,internally and externally, despite all the labels society holds.
Natalia de Campos is a multidisciplinary artist working in performance, theater, text, sound, video, interactive media, and translation. Since 1999, she creates works in New York also under “Syncretic Pleasures”.