Natacha has lived and worked in Belgium since 1995. She defines herself as a visual artist who works as a costume designer, stage designer, puppeteer and theater director. Her work often combines different techniques and materials: latex, photos, plastic, Powertex, prints on fabric, heat-moldable resin, amongst others. She has worked for different theaters in Europe and Latin America including the National Theater of Belgium (Brussels, Belgium), La Coline Theater (Paris, France), Dos à Deux (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Viaje Inmóvil (Santiago, Chile), Point Zéro and The Royal Theater (Brussels, Belgium).
She has received 3 nominations for the Belgium Theater Critic Award and in 2010 won in the category of Visual Creation. She has also worked in the film industry on “La Monique de Joseph” (2007) by Damien Chemin and produced by Tarantula / Caviar, “L.A.” (2000) by Vladimir Kartachov and produced by V.K. (St-Petersbourg), and “Before We Go”, by Jorge León and produced by Derive.
Natacha has studied at the International Institute of Marionettes, Charles Ville Mézieres, France, the University of Chile’s School of Design and Architecture, and the National Theater of Portugal. She has taught her technique in over 10 countries and collaborated creatively with different companies and independent actors; by June 2016 she will have put on more than 35 premiers in three years. Today, she continues to teach and is preparing pieces with her company Une Tribu (One Tribe) from Belgium, in co-production with the Lavoro Theater in Italy and in Chile with Teresita Iacobelli.