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Natali Nikolovska
Natali Nikolovska was born in 1972 in Skopje, Macedonia. She graduated at Faculty of Fine Arts in Skopje. Painting and design are areas where Natali usually communicates with her audience. In addition of her need for freedom of expression and exchange of experiences Natali participate in many exhibitions, workshops and colonies with her full satisfaction. In recent years Nataly is focused on her personal project called "Parallel World In Time Continuum" which will be presented at this exhibition. She lives and works as a freelance artist in Skopje.
portret of Natali Nikolovska
front page of parallel world in time continuum
Natali’s concerns about the state of the planet and ruin into which it has turned into, Natali Nikolovska sorted in a concept. Explores humanity on our planet and finds a new relationship and the reason for its ruin. By crating large format of artworks Natali represent concept in form of portal, with the aim to realize how big may be the universe or existence of more dimensions. It is believed that the existence of many dimensions is possible. Usage of universal energy by humans in multi dimensions causes new creativity. Human brain has the ability to feel explore and represent its own cosmos with capacity to   establish mentally connection between them. Thanks to all these possibilities, astral and variable dimensions, and awareness, generate surrealism art and enriched level of endless possibilities for art events. Such a concept Natali Nikolovska represented in the project titled "Parallel Worlds In Time Continuum" and shored it with you in the exhibition.
2013 NDSM, THREE HOUSE, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2013 Cultural centre Koco Racin, KORA Gallery, Skopje, Macedonia
2012 Cultural centre Gevgelia, Macedonia
2007 Museum of National Heritage, House of Robevci, Ohrid, Macedonia
2006 Berlin Prima Center, Berlin, Geramny
2006 Radionica, Belgrade, Serbia
2003 Illustrations Exhibition in the National University Library St. Kliment Ohridski, Skopje, Macedonia 
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