My name is Natalia Becerra Galán and I was born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1990.
I love to explore the moving-image and the artifacts we use to create/view/project movement.
Sometimes I record fragments of video of things that happen, other times I work with found footage.
I think movement and synchronicity between image and sound is magical.
"In this times of bigness, spectaculars, one hundred million movie productions,
I want to speak for the small, invisible acts of human spirit, so subtle, so small and fragile that they die when brought out under the Kleegue lights.
I want to celebrate the small forms of cinema, the lyrical forms, the poem, the watercolor, etude, sketch, postcard, arabesque, triolet, and bagatelle, and little 8-mm songs.
In the times where everybody wants to succeed and sell I want to celebrate those who embrace social and daily failure to pursue the invisible, the personal things that bring no money and no bread, and make no contemporary history -- art history or any other history --.
I am for art which we do for each other as friends, for ourselves".