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Natalia Arcos Salvo

(Santiago, Chile, 1979) Curator and researcher. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Theory and History of Art from the University of Chile and a Master's in Contemporary Art from Paris IV-Sorbonne University. She also has a Master’s degree in Social Sciences from the CESMECA Institute in Mexico. As an independent curator, she has done more than 20 exhibitions in Chile, Argentina, Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Cuba, England, and Greece. From 2008 to 2013, she was programming director of ARTV, a Chilean television channel specializing in art. Between 2013 and 2020, she was a founding member of the GIAP – Grupo de Investigación en Arte y Política [Research Group in Arts and Politics] based in Chiapas, México, where she also directed the artists’ residency center and diverse research, publications, and workshops. She has collaborated in the collective books: Los latidos del corazón nunca callan: canciones y poemas rebeldes Zapatistas; When the Roots Start Moving: Resonating with Zapatismo; The Routledge Companion to Contemporary Art Visual Culture and Climate, and Por una estética de la Liberación Decolonial. Currently, she is the cultural manager of the Delia del Carril Museum and Cultural Center in Santiago.