Visual artist, curator-restorer and art researcher, he links his artistic and professional practice using research and preservation strategies in the field of art as inputs for the conceptual and objectual modelling of his work. His art production is related to research and reflection on the manifestations of man in various fields. He understands his art production as a tool for the analysis and representation of reality at various levels, his pieces range from the aesthetic representation of research to the generation of publications and papers. His strategy of action has two main levels of research: the first seeks to generate models of morphological visualisation of collections, archives and national and international collections, based on the grouping of information under mathematical models. The second level of research deals with the representation, dissemination and materialisation of the results as art production. It uses mathematical models as a tool for analysis and verification of emergents that make it possible to study the different fields of human production, seeking to demonstrate the impact of the social, political and cultural context in the construction and validation of these productions. The Engrama Oficial del Campo del Arte Uruguayo Project, Montevideo, Uruguay 2014 and the Case Study: Archivo del Monitor Plástico, Montevideo, Uruguay 2016 are an example in the analysis of information, modelling and obtaining patterns of cultural behaviour based on mathematical models. In the field of software production, I developed the ontology of origin of an application that has the capacity to model and classify the field of art, generating mappings of expressive media and the areas of the brain stimulated by them. This software will be the tool of the Art Observatory of the Engrama Platform, Montevideo Uruguay 2017.
Title: Caso de estudio II, Archivo de El Monitor Plástico
Description: This video is the visual and morphological representation of a simulated navigation through the structure of a WEB archive of artists’ interviews (http://www.elmonitorplastico.com). The research carried out by this Platform on the Archive of the Plastic Monitor is based on the hypothesis that every discourse has a visual and morphological representation. Since the archive is made up of hundreds of discourses (interviews), we believe it is possible to describe its morphology and materialise it in a Corpus. The second step in this research is to study the possibility of using the visual morphology of the Corpus as a tool for accessing online information.