Nathalie Alfonso (b. 1987, Bogota, Colombia) currently lives in South Florida. Alfonso holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University, Dallas TX, and a Bachelor in Fine Arts from Florida International University, Miami FL. Alfonso has exhibited and performed her work in public spaces, such as NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Dimensions Variable, Spinello Projects, Art and Culture Center Hollywood, Miami Beach Urban Studios, The Projects – Fat Village, Miami Beach Botanical Gardens, Sweet Pass Sculpture Park, Site131, Marymount University. Alfonso received the SouthFlorida Cultural Consortium (SFCC) 19/20, she was awarded the Experiencing Perspectives Mercedez-Benz Financial Services prize in 2019, and she has received the Jones Fund and Zelle Fund Grant. She has been selected to be part of the Home + Away Art Residency by Oolite Arts Miami in Atlantic Center for the Arts in Smyrna FL, and The Anderson Ranch in Snowmass Colorado. Unseen work and the exercise of emotional control are central to Alfonso’s practice. The qualities of invisibility and visibility become the foundations from which she develops drawings, installations, performances, and videos.