Natasha Sabatini is an English/Italian visual artist based in London. Her current individual practice revolves around creating sculptural forms in acrylic paint as the basis for abstract science fictional narratives of space.

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Instagram: @natashasabatni

Past exhibitions include: Letting Light Pass Through, Chalton Gallery, London, Young Artists, One Thoresby Street, Nottingham, Cosmic Sublime, Pie Factory, Margate UK, Leonora Carrington Museum, San Luis Potosi, Mexico, Open Studio, Griffin Gallery, London UK, Ramificazioni Festival, Castello Squillace, Italy, Cosmic Perspectives, Ugly Duck, London, Young Contemporary Talent, The Cello Factory, London UK, Mythology, The Tabernacle, London. 

In 2014 she formed the Marion Phillini collective that investigated ways of collaborating through video making and installations. They completed three residencies (Anatum’s Abode 2014, Altofest 2014 & 2015); exhibited internationally at: Conflux, MK Gallery, FILE VideoArt Festival Brasil, Mexico Film Festival and Napoli Film Festival.

 

Since 2015 she has been organising a residency in Atina, Italy with the London based collective Lumen, on the theme of astronomy, light and belief.

She graduated from a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Art from Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2012 and a MFA in Fine Art from Wimbledon College of Arts, University of the Arts London in 2015. She recently completed a PgCert in Academic Practice in Art, Design and Communication from UAL. Working as part of the UAL-wide Academic Support team she has developed projects and content such as, Sharing Sketchbooks, The Art of Making Sense, The Art of Thinking, Collaborating Collections, Degree Show Interviews and more.