I spend my time with materials, tools, photographic and sound records;
and with this process surface dialectical artistic pieces and interpersonal relationships.
Between Buenos Aires and Madrid.

“Where art is not considered but as commodity, an economic reductionism is verified that equals the relations of production with the produced, the distribution system with the distributed and the reception of the art with the consumption of the merchandise. It is a mistake [...] The theory of total manipulation - which founded the theory of cultural industry - underestimates the dialectical nature of art. Even under the conditions imposed by the capitalist cultural industry and its apparatus of distribution, art can ultimately open liberating paths by virtue of its autonomy and practical uselessness”

[HUYSSEN, 2006: 263-264]