I was born in Cordoba, 1971. Since child I loved drawing at nap time with colored glues and brilliantine. I studied architecture and graphic design; subsequently I graduated as Bachelor in Arts at the U.N.C.
I've done interactive installations, web art, video installations and digital photography.
My work frequently links tensions between reality and the concept of reality that emerges diffused because of the incorporation of new technologies in daily life.
I've done artistic residences at the Künstlerhaus B., Austria and at the Multimedia Center, DF Mexico. I was awarded with the National Fund of the Antorchas Foundation, UNESCO Aschberg for International Artists’ Residences and the Cordoba's National University scholarship.
Vision of art
I've fully enjoyed the process maybe because I had a lot of time for doing it. I worked on P. Bordieu’s concept of the art field as a fight field. BSP is a site-specific video installation in which I reproduced on video the exhibition hall where the art work was going to take place, I added blood traces towards an object (a photocopy machine also reproduced on the video) that belong in the past to this space and that was moved back to the hall to be apart of the exhibition but without the blood traces.
For the video realization, I first reproduced the space where I was going to exhibit the work on a video game editor, then I recorded a route in the game within that environment/map that I had created and then I edited again to get the final video.
At audience exposure, Binary Space Partition, triggers relative questions about space definition, how the memory is constructed and the way that real art space can be perceived through it.
As references... Sommerer y Mignoneau, Mariko Mori, Mark Ryden, Feng Mengbo, Pipiloti Rist, Philip Dick, Oscar Wilde, Gustav Klimt, David Lynch. In Argentina Kosice, Le Parc, Carolina Antoniadis, Rob Verf, Flavia Da Rin...