Born in Buenos Aires,1963. Among some group showings: -ARTBO, stand Ruth Benzacar Art Gallery (Bogota, 2007) - This material does not count, District Four Art Gallery (Madrid, 2006) - of roses, buds and other fables, Fundación Proa (Buenos Aires , 2005) - From BA to LA, Track 16 Gallery (Los Angeles, 2005) - Iuso, DPM Arte Contemporáneo (Guayaquil, 2005) - Collection MAMBA II, Photography, Museum of Modern Art (Buenos Aires, 2004) - superego, (Iusismo), Contemporary 8 MALBA Colección Costantini (Buenos Aires, 2004) - ARCO, Section Futuribles, Galería Braga Menéndez (Madrid, 2004).
Some solo exhibitions: -Today I am anything, Ruth Benzacar Art Gallery (Buenos Aires 2007) - Iuso, Galería Braga Menéndez-Schuster (Buenos Aires, 2001) - Boarding Pass State, (book-installation), Space Duplus (Buenos Aires, 2000) - Paintings, Centro Cultural Borges (Buenos Aires, 1999). His work is a part of the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rosario. Lives and works in Buenos Aires.
Vision of art
1. Choose a work that represents you, describe it in relation to its format and materiality, its relation with time and space, its style and theme; detail its production process.
One example could be a piece of my work made this year, it is untitled. It measures 39 x 53 x 12 cms, and consists of two texts placed each in a horizontal strip of vinyl, one of them smooth carmine and the other one silver, like the aircraft fuselage of the "American Airlines". In the carmine gaze the text of three lines painted on separate relief has cream-colored letters, while in the silver space letters have a polished red further emphasized relief.
The stand is an inverted box where I did and undo mounds and wooden buildings to mold and then cover them with strips of vinyl that are ultimately three, the last one has nothing written on it and is the one that agglutinates more bumps.
The text, or the decision about which story belongs to this structure, came after five weeks of looking and thinking at it all the time, respecting and mixing only what I wrote during this period.
As it usually happens to me, the content of the story forced me to modify several formal aspects of the final work.
2. In general terms, how would you suggest to approach your work?
My big issue is the question of the relationship we have with ourselves.
3. In reference to your work and your position in the national and international art fields, what tradition do you recognize yourself in? Who are your contemporary referents? What artists of previous generations are of interest to you?
My references are from the movies: Eric Rohmer and John Cassavetes.
I am interested in the work of Albero Greco, Federico Peralta Ramos, Tracey Emin and Sophie Calle.
4. Choose works or exhibitions from the last ten or fifteen years which in your opinion were very significant and explain why
The book "Nemebiax" of Kacero. Because it is a work that hovers over childhood, stupidity, senselessness and the infinitely possible in the form of what is infinitely combinable.