Natalia Domínguez (Jerez de la Frontera, 1990) has a Bachelor in Fine Arts – University of Granada, has studied at the Fontys Hogeschool voor de Kunsten (Tilburg, The Netherlands) and has a Masters in Art Research and Production – UPV, Valencia. Her artistic practice starts from the romantic idea to approach the other as an unknown identity, but also from the perception of the peculiar in the ordinary. To thoroughly analyze a common element makes it exceptional, as when we constantly repeat our name an indeterminate number of times until it looses its meaning, making us to question the identities and acceptations we use to name and define ourselves. Her work makes use of this semantic satiation; of the need to rebuilt, distort and rethink meanings. Her work has been exhibited in Matadero Madrid, PIVÔ Brasil, CAC Málaga and XIX Mostra d’Art Públic (Universidad de Valencia) among other art institutions and galleries, and she has taken part in the Art in Residency Programs I Programa de producción UAVA/C3A, Fundación BilbaoArte, El Ranchito Brasil and Hangar. Nowadays she enjoys the grant Sala d’Art Jove and has her studio at La Escocesa.