Natalie Rosin’s, QVB No. 1, is part of her latest series, Built Portraiture. The series is an exploration and reinterpretation of forms, structures, and architectural patterns observed across various buildings within Sydney, the city Natalie calls home. Each piece focuses on a specific built structure located in Sydney and aims to sculpturally introduce their identity through form, pattern, silhouette, shadow, and movement.
Natalie says of this work: “This sculpture was inspired by the repetitions and patterns of openings and doorways featured along the facade of the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney’s CBD. Built in 1898, it is disturbing to know this landmark was proposed for demolition in 1959. Luckily this grand sandstone structure was restored and still stands, a popular meeting place and thoroughfare, a place I often cannot avoid visiting to admire when in the city.”
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