I believe that new media plays a very important role in terms of processing information. In fact, it only provides us with some versions or representations of the world. For this reason, my goal, through my practice, is to articulate possible alternative cuts that could be given to the world we perceive, distancing ourselves from what we have been exposed to, have taken for granted, and what conditions us to be part of the spirit of our time.

While I have experienced working at design studios, creative networks, art and design magazines, art foundations, and institutions, I have also developed a number of independent projects triggered by an ongoing investigation. These include a multimedia and multi-platform publication that is focused on art practices that question technology and a curated research about artists who manage to escape from the expected workings of tools and media.

Currently working on a freelance basis.






Publications


[2018]
“Apophenia”, Roots&Routesonlinemagazine
— Número 26 “NetworkistheMessage”


[2014/2016]
Washing Machine Magazine (Editor in chief)









Exhibitions and curatorial projects


2021

Co-curator of the performance "Paracronismos I" by Valentina Alvarado Matos and Carlos Vásquez Méndez within Dissonants, cicle de performance i tecnología
L'Estruch. Fàbrica de creació de les arts en viu, Sabadell

Visual identity of Dissonants, cicle de performance i tecnología
L'Estruch. Fàbrica de creació de les arts en viu, Sabadell


2018

Why So Shiny, shown on the occasion of Cassata Drone Expanded Archive in collaboration with Angelica Litta Modignani - Macro Asilo, Rome

Black Friday, RCA Final Show - The Westworks, London

Noise, WIP Show - Royal College of Art, London

Mallet Concerto - Royal College of Music, London

Drone, Typographic Singularity - Royal College of Art, London 2017 Common Market, in collaboration with Laura Copsey and Emma Harry - Royal College of Art, London

Discoveries Channeled - Senior Common Room, Royal College of Art, London Mediation project 2017.

F(r)iction Forum - Series of workshops and talks in collaboration with Laura Copsey, Samantha Kitchener and Angelo Stitz Royal College of Art, London