The subjects in the work represent the humor and complexities that are often found in a common pose or gaze. Natasha Rubirosa believes that the human body is the best means to capture ordinary individual gestures.

Her work is often illustrative of issues that plague women in our culture. The subjects, forever frozen in the microsecond of a glance, are trapped by feelings of anxiety or self-doubt. The subject is representative of women’s isolated, internal distress and society’s muted attempt in understanding their issues.

Natasha Rubirosa resides in New York City.