With a painterly and poetic aesthetic in her distinctive imaging method, Natalie
Sutinen has a introspective vision, transforming the unconscious into reality
through an expressionist handling of images from her interior. Layer on layer
and and with rich textured materials in their collage and sculptures which is
often seen in her films, Sutinen raises both thoughts of apocalypse and
swarming when confronting political conflicts, personal losses and spiritual
rituals that exist in our contemporary lives. Natalie Sutinen has a blend of
social awareness and personal symbolism and sometimes her artwork
responds to a spiritual, almost mysterious power.
Natalie Sutinen was born in Stockholm, 1972. Lives and works in Stockholm, Sweden. She graduated from Kungliga Konsthögskolan (Royal Academy of Art), Stockholm, 2005. Sutinen works in various medias presented as individual pieces and interrelated in installations and continuous series. Since 2003, Sutinen has received a number of scholarships, Peggy and Gerhard Bonnier's scholarship, and she has also been awarded a scholarship from Konstnärsnämnden (the Artistic Board), funds for costly projects, a scholarship at Karl Larsson's studio, Grez sur Loing, France and 2 month stipend at Cité international des Arts in Paris -2017. Sutinen's works have been internationally exhibited at Art galleries, museums, including Växjö konsthall, Halmstad Art Museum, Niklas Belenius gallery, Amstel 41 gallery, Amsterdam, Wiesenburg, Berlin and Tegen 2 in Stockholm, Sweden and in Rostrum in Malmö -2018.
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