Natalia Lassalle-Morillo is a stage director, filmmaker and documentarist whose work integrates the disciplines of film, installation and performance, exploring the blurring line between these two different mediums. The public plays an important role in her work, in which he can discover the physical experimentation of theater, as well as the style and intimity of cinema.
Natalia Lassalle-Morillo (1991, Porto Rico) received her BFA from the Tisch School of the Arts of New York University. She presented her plays in Berlin, Miami and New York, did film collaborations and interpreted many choreographies, such as the Simone Forti one for High Line Arts New York in 2012.
2015 - On Drowning, Solo Performance, Dixon Place, NYC and Lake Studios, Berlin, Germany
2014 - A Study in Cohabitation, Solo Performance, Inkub8 Open Space, Miami Florida
2013 - WIMMIN, Group Installation and Performance, Glasshouse Project, NYC
2011 - Espacios Simulados, Group Exhibit, Viejo Arsenal de la Marina, San Juan, Puerto Rico