Matilde seeks to connect knowledge to sensitivity, from a space of listening and genuine revelation. She develops transdisciplinary research processes with diverse work teams, seeking different ways to open up and reconsider “consensual” information approaches.

Her project has been exhibited at: Amalgama Art "Opposing Frictions" at Koppel X (Ldn/UK); at Spotlights Feria Barcú (Btá/COL); Fronteras de la imagen at Cinemateca de Bogotá (Btá/COL); Festival LOOP at Museo Picasso (Bcn/ES); Festival Ch-Cx at Monopol (Ber/DEU), NAVE (SCL), Teatro U. Mayor (SCL), among others.

She has been resident of LA ESCOCESA, GRANER, L'ESTRUCH, LA PODEROSA and LA VISIVA (Bcn/Es), NAVE (SCL). Director of MARCIAL (2018-2022), HISTORIA NATURAL (2018); JUNTA (2015) and GRUPO H (2016). She is currently developing her project TAO TE QUEEN in the context of Artists in Residence at LA CASA ENCENDIDA (Mad/ES), and with the support of Fonds Darstellende Künste (Ber/DEU). Artist associated with the Centro de Creación NAVE (SCL).

She works as a performer in MONTAÑAS VIVAS; PROCESIÓN - Un Ritual de Agua; FRONTERA/BORDER - A Living in Monument by Amanda Piña (2022-2023); TRANSMATRIA by Rocio Marano (2022); APOCALIPSIS ENTRE AMIGOS by Julián Pacomio (2021-2022); RELÁMPAGO by Sofía Montenegro (2021); TWO PLANETS HAVE BEEN COLLIDING FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS by Dora García (2022).

Master in Scenic Practice and Visual Culture at Museo Reina Sofía and Universidad Castilla la Mancha (2020). Degree in Dance Pedagogy at Universidad de Arte y Ciencias Sociales ARCIS, Chile (2010). Studies in Art, Technique and Technology at Universidad de Chile (2019); and in Chinese Medicine from the San Bao School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (2012).