I am an artist and writer currently based in Sydney. My work is an ongoing research on the intersection of art, historical narratives and international relations.

Some of the venues where I have exhibited are the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris; Centre d'Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona; Havana Biennial, Cuba; Jumex Museum, Mexico City; AS/COA, New York; National Center for Contemporary Art, Moscow; X-Teresa Museum, Mexico City; CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco, among others.

Among my recent projects are Armida, C3 Contemporary, Melbourne (2019);  A little better, Airspace Projects, Sydney (2018); 1812-2016, Muca Roma, Mexico (2017); Phantom Pain, SIART La Paz Biennial (2016); etc.

I’m a founder member of the H. Committee of Human Vindication, better known by its initials HCRH, . In 2019, a monograph of the collective was published in Mexico with the support of Students 47 Foundation.

I'm also a founder of Modelab, an artistic initiative that explores public space attending its past and current dynamics, with recent exhibitions and talks held at Les Traversées du Marais Festival, Paris (2019); Taipei Artist Village, Taipei (2019); Manila Biennale, Philippines (2018), etc.

My  writing on art, culture and politics has been published in international magazines, such as Letras Libres, Foreign Affairs, Artslant, etc. Some of my texts  can be found here.+++++

Nothing endures, but change > πάντα χωρεῖ καὶ οὐδὲν μένει > Heraclitus > Time is a child, a child running: the kingdom belongs to a child.

My practice is an ongoing research on the intersection of art, historical narratives and international relations. In a world that is increasingly interconnected but visibly more fragmented, global issues such as political economy, identities and sovereignty are some of the concepts I aim to entwine in my work. I seek to shed some visibility over specific social and political questions, and I try to answer them as I remind myself that history is a fickle and fallible tapestry of contingencies. My formal concern and methodology is to find solutions listening carefully to history, archives and people; I rely on my intuition and let my research mature until it determines its own path. Rather than being attached to a particular technique I thrive in new materials and production speculation.

Unrelenting hate, 2019 (stil)
Digital video, sound, colour, 4min. 44 sec.
In collaboration with Hazeen (Safdar Ahmed and Can Yalcinkaya), Bernando Hernández, and Daz Chandler