Natali Herrera-Pacheco (b. 1985) is a Venezuelan art historian, photographer and anthropologist.
April 9, 2019INobody will do anything. Not even me, sitting behind my desk, or comfortably lying on a chair in the living room. To move myself, you told me, at night, with my eyes open or closed eyes. It doesn’t matter because you can’t see anything. How lucky are you for remembering!— Natali Herrera-Pacheco.
Hommage À Ma Mère
January 22, 2019Entro, I enter,bajo sospecha, under suspicion,en la carretera sinuosa, on the sinuous road,de la vena roja of the red veinde mi ojo izquierdo. of my left eye. A toda velocidad quiero, At full speed I want,que la última esquina the last cornerde la vena roja of the red veinesté rota to be broken en una curva ascendente in an upward curve que mire al cielo.— Natali Herrera-Pacheco.
The Body of Exile
October 23, 2018NSFW images follow. The body of exile is a personal exploration that begins with an assertion that is followed by a question. If I am still because I am here, despite having left my land without my family in exile, then who am I and what is left once I am transplanted in another country, in another culture, with another language as unknown as the country that hosts me now.— Natali Herrera-Pacheco.