Natalia Saurin is a photographer and video artist, born in Buenos Aires, graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano, lives and works in Milan. His quest is to discover how myth and everyday life are connected to each other, through the use of symbologies, legends, and daily experiences. He has always been attracted to classical and religious iconography, in recent years dedicated his research to the relationshiop between sacred body and sacred.
Since 2000 she has exhibited in numerous exhibitions in Italy and abroad. In 2010, he won the first prize at the Renaissance Arts Prize (London) in the video art category. He participates in several artist in residences, among which he was invited to Cassis (France) at the American Camargo Foundation in 2011 to work on the "Les trois M" project, which will take her to trace the traces of the three Maries. In 2014 he has been invited to Catania for the project "My little house" during which he realizes a project where personal history and city history intertwine, "the two mothers".
Represented by Visualcontainer video art distributor based at [.BOX] Videoart Project space in Milan; His videos have been screened at festivals such as Videa, Visionaria, Fiaticorti, Giffoni and Optica (Spain, Argentina, Bolivia, France).
His artistic activity is accompanied by work related to communication and advertising.