Visual artist and industrial designer. Interested in the relationship between old and new technologies and what emerges from this crossover. He develops his work on various supports and media ranging from video installations to two and three-dimensional objects.
He is currently professor and academic coordinator of the postgraduate course of Specialization in Conceptual Design at UNTREF, and Coordinator of communication and development projects at MUNTREF Arte y Ciencia.
Since 2013 he has exhibited his work in solo and group shows in Argentina and abroad, including: FILE 2015 / Agency for Unrealized Projects, e-flux and Serpentine Gallery / The Wrong New Digital Biennale / TEDx Riodelaplata / #ProgramaLaPlaza 2014, Medialab-Prado / CYBER-CYBORG-TRANS, BSM Art Building / Premio Faena a las Artes, Faena Arts Center.
Description: The works that make up the LUNA series deal with the hybridisation between the digital and the physical and its impact on the perception of time with respect to natural cycles, specifically in relation to man’s obsession with manipulating his environment through technology.
When the natural cycles that govern the space one inhabits begin to be subject to manipulation and distortion, it is because the place ceases to be merely physical and becomes a hybrid space. In LUNA1 the behaviour of the moon is distorted and manipulated through three types of devices: digital, physical and metaphysical. The devices used add dimensions that generate a new or alternative time-space. In LUNA1 the device is the digital manipulation of the original image of the moon, through formal operations of repetition, multiplication and fragmentation.
The audio of LUNA1 is presented as a metaphysical dimension that is added to the space-time dimensions. It is created from a sound texture generated from a series of moon nomenclatures that were used in ancient rites as “technological tools” to manipulate lunar influences.
Duration: 11mins 40 Sec.