- Arturo Aguiar
- Juliana Ceci
- Cristina Coll
- Ignacio de Lucca
- Andrea Fasani
- María José Lascano
- Rodrigo Moreno
- Verónica Olivieri Pinto
- Marcela Rapallo
- Claudia Toro
I was born in January 17 of 1981 in Buenos Aires City, Argentina. Bachelor of Arts at the Prilidiano Pueyrredon Arts School in 2003, as a Painting National Professor the School's last year as Arts National School. I studied photography with Filiberto Mugnani, ceramics techniques with Andrea Fasani and Marcel Parks. I coursed some Sociology and Arts subjects at the Buenos Aires University. Since 2004 till nowadays I realize some studies around contemporary art with Alicia Romero and Marcela Giménez, and sociology with Eduardo Rinesi. Since 2005 I go to Tulio de Sagastizabal's workshop in his studio.
Now I'm working in my Visual Arts bachelor thesis.
I'm really interested in collective artistic creations projects. I've participated as contributer for the Artechacra.com Project by Rodrigo Vázquez and Adriana Minoliti and with “30thirty” by Andrea Fasani. And, since the exhibition I had organized in my infancy house before we sold it (“At home”, April 2006) in which I invited 11 artists for making interventions in that moving/removal state, I have participated in the formation of the “The Movers”(La Mudadora) group, with whom I still realize experiences in this transition state places.
In march of 2006 I created with Pablo Caracuel the Projectionist Office , Projects Big Gallery, with which we propose an experimentation, production and genuine exchange space between contemporary artists from Argentina and others countries, being our objective to create a relational instance where the creative process could be valued and to open a field for projects experimentation sometimes a little utopians.
I do exhibitions, from which I emphasize the individual exhibitions: “From factory to private neighborhood” in Projectionist Office (2007), “Horizontal Drawings” in the Olivera's Rambling (2006), and with Verónica Olivieri in Crimson (2006) and with Claudia Toro in Domus Artis (2008), and from the collective exhibitions, the ones I've done with “The Movers” (La Mudadora): “At Home”, “Cramer 3535”, “Alsina”, “The Movers at the Rambling”, “At the Fat uncle's place”, “Double Circulation” (2009), with Artechacra in ArteBA (2006) and Peripheral at the C.C.Borges (2005), “The rambling at the recoleta” in C.C.Recoleta (2007), “From shadow to Light” at the CEC Contemporary Expressions Center of Rosario (2006), the Re-collection an the Malba (2004), and “Exquisite Corpse” at the General San Martin Cultural Center (2002).
I'm giving Art History and arts lessons at the Buenos Aires National College.
Projectionist Office (a partir de 2006)
Sonia Neuburger and Pablo Caracuel. Creation of an experimentation, production and genuine exchange space between contemporary artists from Argentina and others countries. Is our objective to create a relational instance where the creative process could be valued and to open a field for projects experimentation sometimes utopians.
The Movers (La Mudadora) (a partir de 2006)
The Movers is an artists group with whom we realize interventions in transition spaces, in a removal situation.
Members: Andrea Fasani, Marcela Rapallo, Sonia Neuburger, Claudia Toro, Pablo Caracuel, Marcela Sinclair, Alejo Rotemberg, Marianela Depetro, Verónica Olivieri, Tato Husni, Juliana Ceci, Ma. José Lascano, Andrea Vázquez, Cristina Coll.
For more information see: lamudadora.blogspot.com
From factory to private neighborhood. Archive-installation to inhabit the transition state of a place (2004 - 2008)
This work is product of the experience that I have transited when walking repeatedly times a precisely tour around the same blocks of Saavedra's neighborhood in Buenos Aires City. There, a transition have been produced: a building thats was a factory since 1931 was converted between 2004 and 2008 into a “country-side in the city”. During that transition time I've wandered around it like twenty four times. The complete archive is composed for about two thousands photographs, objects, interviews, drawings and texts.