Natasha Tomchin is an artist, designer and coder.

Immersive Installations | Projection Mapping | Digital Art | Dichroic Sculputres | Environmental architecture

Natasha Tomchin is driven by a fascination with natural phenomena. Born in Belarus and raised in Nebraska, she’s called Miami home for the last 13 years. Inspired by the clouds and lush flora, her art draws directly from her surroundings in an effort to connect more deeply with nature by discovering the value in everyday moments that often go by unnoticed. These feelings and sensations translate across code art, painted furniture, sculpture, video, and projection installations.

Always exploring new creative forms of expression, Natasha uses unconventional methods to cross visual boundaries. Her collective works and collaborations to date are surreal manipulations of the natural world that ask the audience to pause from modern life’s rapid technologically-driven pace and appreciate the ephemeral awe-inspiring beauty surrounding them, especially the weather and the plants. She encourages us to put our phones down and “Don’t forget to look around!”

She brings her unique style to collaborate with other visual artists and musicians. Her video art and installation work has been showcased at Art Basel, Zona Maco, World Economic Forum as well as at festivals such as Comedy Central’s Clusterfest, Okeechobee, iii Points, and Miami Music Week. Natasha’s work is often featured in the hospitality world with 1 Hotel, Soho House, Nautilus Hotel, Faena and W Hotels. She has worked on public art projects in Miami and in New York City, along with brand commissions from Virgin Voyages, Summit, and WeWork.