For the past 20 years, I have been collecting minerals, antiques, and fossils. These pieces are the starting point of my process. I have reflected on the methodologies belonging to sciences and art to approach nature as an object of study. I am part of an Argentinean group of artists, researchers and scientific illustrators called Expedición. Together we work connecting art and natural sciences.
My primary mode of production is sculpture, deriving in performance and installation. This also involves a process of documentation that relies on photography, drawing, video, 3d modeling, and writing.
I have worked in cooperation with different institutions such as the National Museums of Natural History of Uruguay and Chile, the National Academy of Science of Cordoba, Argentina, and the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology of Florence, Italy, in cooperation with the Museum system of Florence.
Lately, I have been interested in the notion of the museum, as a colonial institution where discourse is built. I developed a process focused on the concepts herstory and decolonial thinking.