Cecilia Barriga was born in Concepción, Chile. In 1977, she moved to Madrid, Spain where she began her studies in film and television at the Universidad Compultense. She has lived in New York, Habana, Berlin, Zurich and Concepción. For more than 30 years, she has worked in the creative audiovisual field, employing diverse visual formats and genres such as feature film, documentary, experimental video art, and performance in collaboration with other artists. Her works have been shown internationally in contemporary art museums, on television, at festivals and in movie theaters. Her most important works include: Meeting Two Queens (1991), an experimental piece; La herida de mi ojo (1994), a creative documentary; Time’s Up (2000), a feature film; El camino de Moises (2003), a television documentary. En el río (2007) and El día del euro (2008), both videoart. El esqueleto tatuado (2010), video performance. Granada, 30 años después (2010), documentary. Casa de red (2011), videoart. Her latest film is Three Moments a Shout (2013) filmed in Madrid, New York City, and Chile in 2012.