Lives and works in Medellín, Colombia.

My work interrogates established relationships between history, memory, evidence and information, focusing on how history is constructed and manipulated. Institutional, ideological, archival, literary and poetic languages provide both tools and vehicles for this purpose.

Common vehicles for my projects include drawing, text performance and installations, which are often activated by performers or spectators. I collect materials with ingrained histories (books, photos, videos, public records). Stripped of context, they are rearranged into works conveying the plasticity of cultural artifacts and information, instruments of memory, testing the fragile bonds between memory, language, meaning.

Recent exhibitions include Museo Experimental el Eco UNAM, Mexico City (2022); Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín (2019), Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá (2019); Casas Riegner Gallery – La Oficina del Doctor, Bogotá (2018); Centre d’art Contemporain Passerelle, France (2017). A recent fellow at Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral, Germany (2020-21), I am currently shortlisted for the XI Luis Caballero Prize, Colombia (2022).

I gained my MA (2008) and was awarded a PhD in Art Practice (2015), both from the University of the Arts London, UK.