Claudia is a multidisciplinary artist that works through video, painting, performance, installation, animation and sound. She was born in Boston, spent most of her life in Chile and currently lives in NY. She has a BFA from the Universidad Catolica de Chile (2009) and an MFA in Painting from Rhode Island School of Design (2013). In 2014 she was a resident at Skowhegan School of Painting Sculpture and at Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts. She is currently an Artist in Residence at Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program, New Mexico.
She has exhibited her work internationally: Museum of Visual Arts in Chile (solo), Roswell Museum (solo), ThisFriday or NextFriday in Brooklyn (solo), Museum of Contemporary Arts Quinta Normal (group), at Matucana 100 Art space (group), Project 722 (group), among others. Awards include: First honorable mention at the XXII Media Arts Biennale in Chile, the first prize at the UFO McDonald's Painting Competition, the First Prize for Britney Spears Dance Challenge, 2016. Grants include: Jerome Foundation for emerging Filmmakers Grant, Emergency Grant for Artists and a Hammersley Grant.
She is currently working on a shot by shot reinterpretation of Titanic by James Cameron. Her next solo show is in February 2017 at the Roswell Museum and in October at Plymouth Gallery at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, NY.