Natalia Duong is a performance artist, choreographer, dancer and writer, based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her research examines embodied transmissions exemplified by the herbicide Agent Orange in Vietnam and the United States. She has collaborated with artists to perform internationally in Edinburgh, Paris, Uganda, and Vietnam. Natalia is a core member of The Lonely Painter Project, with whom she has collaborated on MAKE, Inhume, and The New World. She is also a company member of Poetic Theater Productions. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and Dance from Stanford University and a Masters degree in Performance Studies from New York University. She is currently a Ph.D. student at University of California, Berkeley in Performance Studies.