Patricia Dominguez is a visual artist and naturalist. She was born in Santiago, Chile in 1984 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Her work is based in exploring the relationship between contemporary cultures to nature. She has a multidisciplinary approach towards her work as she utilizes video, installation, scientific drawing, photography and site-interventions. She studied Visual Arts at PUC, Santiago, Chile (2007) a MFA at Hunter College in Combined Media (2013) and Botanical and Natural Science Illustration at the New York Botanical Garden (2011). Patricia has participated in artist residencies such as “The Watermill Center” (NY, 2011); “American Museum of Natural History” (NY, 2011); “Sandbard Artist Residency” (India, 2012) and “The Institute of Critical Zoologists” (Singapore, 2012). Her work has been included in publications such as “Younger Than Jesus: Artist Directory” (2009) by the New Museum of Contemporary Art and Phaidon Press, and in “Sub 30; Pintura en Chile” (2013) among others. She was awarded Conicyt Scholarship (2010), “Fondart” Grant (2013 and 2010) and “William Graft Travel Grant” (2012). Her main projects have been presented in La Bienal: HERE IS WHERE WE JUMP at El Museo del Barrio, “Historias de Objetos” curated by Jose Roca at Gabriela Mistral Gallery in Santiago, Chile and “ MFA Thesis Exhibition” at Hunter College 42 St Gallery.