Natasha Cully is a recent graduate of Fine Art from TU Dublin. She makes woven sculptures that explore ideas of biomimicry, adaptability, self-sufficiency, and resourcefulness. She is interested in how humans inhabit the world and their relationships with materials, especially with reference to pollution and traditional craft. Natasha’s practice involves weaving together found or discarded materials. Weaving these materials together causes them to intermingle and overlap, transforming dormant material into sculptures that correlate both with the form of a bird’s nest and a woven basket.