Natasha Brennfleck is a Melbourne based MADA graduate with a Bachelor of Arts and Visual arts, interested in the politics of materials that speak to gender, labour, and accessibility.
In her time at MADA Natasha has been working with found objects, using processes of casting, constructing, and arranging. During her study tour to Prato, Italy, Natasha experimented with textiles considering the construction of language and image. This experience abroad realised her love for textiles, tactility in process, and engagement with audience that still carries on.
Natasha’s current practice revolves around spatial activation, arrangement, exploring the boundaries between craft and art, and the discursive characteristics of accessibility within the arts.