Nadia Kiblisky is a Chilean artist that explores product design through sculpture. As she concludes her BFA in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, she explores a combination of techniques such as metal-working, woodworking, print media on fibers through design.
Her work is characterized by material interactions. These stimulating relationships allow her to define the limits of comfort vs. discomfort, the precarious vs. stable and identity vs. lack thereof within the users of her pieces. She often finds that design is the most effective medium to translate her commentary on the design in relation to the mundane, provoking questions on how we carry our lives through objects. Ultimately, her work analyzes our manifestation of identity through everyday objects.