Natalia Ludmila

(b. 1980 Mexico City, Mexico) is an artist based in Bangkok working across painting, drawing and video. Her practice is studio based research involving the reinterpretation of images. Focusing on media generated images that depict conflict situations of a political or civil nature. Investigating how these images formulate a biased and skewed view of the world by developing a us-them narrative. In reinterpreting these images in a different medium the end is to create the possibility for the viewer to form their own impression.

Ludmila received a BVA in which she specialised in painting from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and holds an MA in Digital Design. Her work has been exhibited in several solo and group shows in Mexico, Brazil, Spain, Australia and Singapore. She was the Second Prize recipient in the XVIII Ibiza Biennale -Ibizagrafic'- with the project dfm e.p.(Spain). She has been awarded with the International Residency grant by FONCA (National Fund for Culture & Arts. Mexico) and spent three months at INSTINC Artspace in Singapore. Ludmila has exhibited in and had work commissioned by the Diego Rivera Anahucalli Museum (Mexico City). In 2014 she took part in the -The Great Collaboration- project in Singapore along with ten other artists. In the same year Ludmila was also named in The 200 top expressions of Mexican Art initiative and catalogue and had work selected for the National Landscape Biennale (Mexico).