Digital Dreamscapes

Natasha Tomchin is driven by her fascination with natural phenomena. A Miami local for the last decade and deeply inspired by the clouds and lush flora, her art draws directly from her surroundings in an effort to connect more deeply with nature. These feelings translate across code art, painted furniture, sculpture, video, and projection installations.

Always exploring new creative forms of expression, she uses unconventional methods to cross visual boundaries. Her ‘Digital Dreamscapes’ are surreal manipulations of the natural world that encourage the audience to appreciate the ephemeral and awe-inspiring beauty surrounding them. She encourages us to put our phones down and “Don’t forget to look up!”

This series of nature inspired Digital Dreamscapes from 2014 – 2018 takes the audience on a psychedelic journey of moments suspended in time. Caught between surreal and natural, these flowing pieces becomes more relevant than ever.

Return the the Roots

The ‘Kaleidoscopic’ series of Digital Dreamscapes by Natasha Tomchin is her earliest work and first forrey into using code to create art. Developed and refined over a 6 month period in 2015, this JavaScript and CSS based code creates interactive and never repeating kaleidoscopes from any image or gif. Natasha used these as a jump off point to collaborate with musicians and other artists. These are geometric journeys mostly into our natural world, an acid flashback.