- Lucila Amatista
- Laura Davis
- Paula Landoni
- Gabriela Maffucci
- Fátima Pecci
- Débora Pierpaoli
- Irene Ripa Alsina
(Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1978)
Attended Marina De Caro’s studio from 2006 to 2011.
From 2013 to 2014 participate of Ana Gallardo seminar for work analysis.
Attended seminars and workshops at CIA ((Artistic Investigation Center) from 2010 to 2014 with artists, curators, and critics: Enrique Ježik, Roberto Amigo, Irene Kopelman, Daniel Joglar, Mariela Scafati y Ana Gallardo, Gonzalo Aguilar, María Gainza, Fernanda Laguna, Leticia El Halli Obeid, Dean Daderko, Marcelo Expósito, Ernesto Ballesteros y Diego Melero and others.
2014 Mecenazgo Cultural. Gob. Buenos Aires, for Marabunta Project
From Ruins, Site specific project, La sin Futuro, San Fernando, Argentina
2013 Fondo Metropolitano para la Cultura, Buenos Aires City Government,
2011 Revolution from magic, Una.Casa
2008 Temporal, Arte x Arte Contemporary Art Gallery
Group Exhibitions and Art Fairs (extract)
2013 National Exhibition, Museum of Contemporary Art, Rosario
Catapult. La Sin Futuro
2012 Forest art building
2011 About Change, World Bank, Washington DC, USA.
ARTE BA, International Art Fair
SAC, Contemporary Art Week, Mar del Plata.
2010 ARTE BA, , International Art Fair,
2009 745 STEPS, Mapa Líquido,.
2008 ARTE BA, International Art Fair
MARABUNTA Studio Visits Latinoamericanos
Marabunta is a Studio Visits Program for young Latin American curators in Buenos Aires. We are developing this program with fellow artist Lucila Gradin. We will start the Studio Visit Program on April 2015 with the visit of Helena Chavez Mac Gregor, curator at MUAC (contemporary Art Museum of Mexico City.
Document Sound is an archive of experimental music developed in collaboration con Alan Courtis (experimental musician and performer, founder of Reynolds band). The project is to create a non academic archive of what is consider experimental music and sound with the guiding idea that boundaries and categorizations are flexible and soft. The archive focuses on Latin America and specially on Argentinian produccion over the xx and xxi centuries.
One carat diamond inside a 20kg block of clay
National Endowment for the Arts Grant
11 handmade ceramic vessels filled with water. The water slowly filtrate through the vessels walls, because of the mix of clays that I used to make the ceramics. This vessels can never hold the water. Produced at Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park Residency Program, Japan
Site specific intervention. Show window , OSDE Foundation.
Earth, Clay, minerals, stones, sand and ilegible text