WORKS







Mi Isla

2017

BRGY. South Kensington, Inventory, London, United Kingdom
Curated by Linda Rocco and Vittoria Bonifati

Mi Isla is a work where I question myself on how human body could become and experience the position of a snail. The question is based on how animals, and specifically, this gastropod mollusc exists and perceive the concept of time. During the two-hour performance, I became a snail with the intention to move slower than thoughts, and reach a mental state of timeless.


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Poema Solar
2016

LSI at Camden Arts Centre, London, United Kingdom
Curated by Nisha Matthew

The work consisted of a guided meditation at the Camden Arts Centre. The audience was asked to sit on the grass around a circular mirror. Then the guide began by asking the audience to close their eyes. The meditation consisted of becoming transformed into the Sun by entering into a series of imaginary and surreal situations. Once the meditation was over the audience was asked to open their eyes and leave the place slowly. Poema solar aimed to establish a conscious relationship with the Sun and take the audience into a different mental state and transform their perception of the Sun.


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Aspiraciones
2015

EL CUADERNO DE APUNTES
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina

For more than 2 years, I work in a psychology center where it also functions as a school integration center for more than 150 children with different disabilities. During all that time, I saw thousands of people who had interviews looking for a job and leaving their resumes. Most of them, did not get the job and their resumes were accumulating in a rejected folder. One day archiving documents, I discovered the existence of this folder and I decided to start collecting these resumes. In over a year I got more than 600 rejected resumes. I decided to organize a funeral ceremony: The event took place in a park next to Di Tella University. Once the funeral ceremony was over, the guests were invited to an after party inside the art department of Di Tella University. What is important to emphasize in this project, is that the public did not receive any previous information about what was going to happen.


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IRMf
2015

EL CUADERNO DE APUNTES
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina

IRMf was thought as a group excursion to an area where a brain scanning on lucid dream phrases from my last 5 years was performed. The phrases included sexual, dark and absurd situations where more than 120, were transcribed on the walls as if these phrases formed a great poem. The space had the floor covered by almost a meter of sand, and several candles that generated a very particular smell. The public was quoted at 8:15PM on the outside of the Torcuato Di Tella University cafeteria. Before the excursion, each person received a candle lit for lighting and indications that during the walk was forbidden to talked about. One person led the audience in single file to the area.


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Sinergia
2015

EL CUADERNO DE APUNTES, Aula de Cine Maria Luisa Bemberg
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Sinergy materializes from a meditative place where the audience entered and left without visual contact from where they were. Previously, they received a flyer with basic rules and a mask which should be used all the time. A meditation was performed using binaural sounds, seeking for spatial and temporary abstraction and allow the audience entering into a series of surreal situations and imaginary landscapes. The performance was 25 minutes long. After a few minutes of silence, a voice asked the audience to make a drawing without taking the mask. (The sign to communicate that they had finished drawing was raising the right hand). Once this signal was executed, they were taken slowly accompanied.


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Flyer
2014

Cazadores de Arte, Buenos Aires, Argentina

During the final show at Cazadores de Arte I introduced myself to the public as a flyer man. This action was because the curators in charge of the show made a different assembly of a work, which did not fulfill any of the conditions that I had initially proposed. This new assembly completely altered the concept of the artwork. Previously to the show, I had presented to the curators 4 possible works for the exhibition, which none was possible to realize due to the space that had Cazadores. I made a drawing that expresses the relationship between artists-curators. and made 100 copies that were distributed as a flyer during the opening. An important point in this work was that the organizers and curators were not informed about this action.


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Orquesta
2014

PROGRAMACIÓN ESTRUCTURADA, Lista YA Galería, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Orquesta is a giant body without head activated by 2 performers. The body was hanging of the second floor of the gallery, who was throwing mechanically soil, respecting the rhythm of the needles. Before its activation, the performers did concentration exercises that helped them to become an organism, which once activated, was transformed into a human clock.


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The Five Principles
1995-2000
Centro Argentino de Taekwon-do, Buenos Aires, Argentina

During my childhood, my parents sent me to Taekwon-do classes. I started practising at age of 5, and decided to quit definitely at 12. In the period of 5 years, I reach the black belt - 1st DAN when I was 9 years old. I believe that Taekwon-do’s philosophy taught by my Bo Sabon, allowed me to learn important doctrines of Taoism. I called the work The Five Principles, as the philosophy of Taekwon-do is based on these principles: courtesy, integrity, perserverance, self-control and indomable spirit, and they have become unconsciously holy values. I consider the document itself as my first work.


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