About me ...
A bit of a background
"My obsession lies within the emotional energy transferred or attached onto and into an object, idea or person and how these objects influence our behavior ,identity and our preception of the other and the world."
I was born in Formosa , which is on the Argentinian border
with Paraguay at the edge of the Amazon's rainforest. I was shaped by the nomadic way my family lived for the first years of my life.
Finallly relocated in Tucuman,I studied and gained a first
grade degree in Fine Arts at the National University. I also worked
in Theatre,Dance and Set Design ,these experiences are present in work and inform my practice until now.
About my work
I'm a Multidisciplinary artist, working with drawing, photography, printmaking and building materials.
My work varies in scale from very small pieces to large installations.
My sculptures are a reflection on identity and its perception, inclusiveness and diversity focusing on the impact of the working class in the cultural landscape.
I find inspiration in memories, superstitions and imagery from
my own culture that I capture through collage, drawings and photographs.
My perception is molded by my Latin American culture.
The past and present is interwoven with and element of spirituality,
to create an environment of magic reality.
My workshops are fully tailored to the group's need.
I am interested in the participants' journeys exploring concepts and ideas, initially, through drawing,writing and photography.
Object inspired, I use my own artistic practice to contextualise what they’ make and to demonstrate to them different artistic techniques.
I create an environment where open dialogue is encouraged allowing the participants to let go without judgement and engage in a safe environment to explore their imagination.