“We are not alone; we are not in a vacuum. We exist in a network of relationships, visible and invisible, conscious and unconscious. We connect directly and indirectly to other people, things, concepts, events, places, and everything around us. If lines were drawn to represent all the connections, they would comprise a pattern so dense, it would be solid, a Connective Tissue.”
Natalia Tcherniak is primarily concerned with a search for orientation by exploring methods of defining position within a ‘Connective Tissue’, and creating new frames of references, mapping new readings, and adding layers.
“I strive for multiple readings as I explore my own psychological construction assembly and the dystopian urban environment I call home.”