Corina Lopez De Sousa, Maracaibo - Venezuela, 1988.
She began in art matters in the year 1995 by writing inspired of journalist work of her mother. In 1998 she began studies in drawing and painting as a means of expression and relief of his imaginary world. She graduated as a psychologist at the University Rafael Urdaneta (URU) in 2009 and a year later she finished his studies in Lacanian psychoanalysis with a work entitled "The Real in Love."
In 2011 she returned to art through photography, graduating in the Academia Strobo Cultura Fotográfica after initiating a documentary and social project entitled "NO + MIEDO". During 2013 she works as assistant to the professional photographer Beto Frangieh. This practice gave her accuracy and professionalism in her technique and esthetics by Producing "We the Normals", portraits that make an inspiration to generate a social critique and psychological labels by breaking the pre-established schemes. In 2014 she began her formal career as a dancer in the Zulia Jazz Ballet and in 2015 was joined inside the first company of this academy. A time later she founded CLD Studio and was invited to exhibit at the Lía Bermúdez Museum in Noveles with FIAM with her series "Lo Real, Symbolic and Imaginary (RSI). "
In 2016, a scholarship is awarded in Yoga Therapy for children, creating a project entitled "Dance, heart and essence" that fuses body, dance, psychology and art. Same year she creates a documentary photography titled: "I was not born without cause"... Those photos make a sensitivity towards the beings forgotten by disease on older ages. Later that year she was selected for a scholarship in a entrepreneurship and marketing training for photographers called "La lanzadera" at the Too Many Flash school in Madrid - Spain. Actually Madrid is the place where she currently lives on. Now she´s developing on a new stage of her most avant-garde career by rediscovering herself in Actions that cause a thinking feeling, that awaken the 5 senses of the public.