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Natalia Murdza


own technique based on felt (178x139 cm; 68x117x1,5 cm, 20x20 cm, 20x20 cm, 20x20 cm)

As its name suggests, the „Conurbation” cycle refers to a bird’s-eye view of the earth. A conurbation is a group of cities that lie next to each other. None of them dominate, but they complement each other.


The artist created surfaces diverse in terms of form and size, the combination of which creates a harmonious, multi-element image. She composed her landscape similarly to printed circuit boards, commonly used in RTV electronic systems. The schematic drawings, that she placed there, are in some way reminiscent of roads and cities.


The dominant material inserted on the printed felt are elements taken from integrated circuits, as well as the material that allowed them to be joined – solder. The work was also decorated with embroidered or hand-stitched cotton threads, and schematic drawings became just a background for them

Natalia Murdza


graduate of the Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz. She learned the basics of traditional fabrics application at the Jozef Szermentowski High School of Fine Arts in Kielce

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