Tatiana Nega spins a vortex of tumultuous colour. Her mark making references modernist action painters and colour field artists yet signals towards the movements of liquids caught in high-speed photography and three dimensional particle simulators. In doing so she investigates the dichotomy of human expression in relation to technology. Nega hopes to contain in her work the sense of a continuously flowing, self-producing reality, framing the unpredictable with her watery palette and creating a real sense of depth between her arcs of paint.
I graduated from Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, the Faculty of Theory and History of Art in 1989. I worked as an art critic for many years, but I always wanted to create artwork myself. And at last I began to do it in 2011.
I have no solo exhibition yet. But a lot of my artwork were sold.
The main idea of my work is the searching for beauty in the modern world. I am fascinated by the possibility of creating spatial depth and vivid images using digital technology, but I do not feel the pulse of life in them.
Within my work is the desire to reflect the interaction of both the spontaneous and the organized. I believe living, instinctive and natural principles and urges should be curbed, even decorated, and limited somehow in our lives. These two conflicting principles inspire much of my work - those that reflect the human passions, and those that involve man’s control over nature …Read More