Born in Buenos Aires. She’s a photography curator and journalist.
Her curatorial approach is based on site-specific, relational esthetic and post-production -from, for and with photography-, and she also makes research on the uses of family photo albums.
She works in her projects independently, and she advises and accompanies art processes, runs special workshops in Argentina and Chile, and has been writing since always. Some of her texts on photography were published in the Suplemento Radar of the Argentinian newsletter Página 12.
On the Residence Wabi Sabi
Wabi Sabi is a residence between trees, over the water at the Paraná Delta. A field for the exploration of human life in a specific place, open to diverse ways, different people, actions, situations, and encounters.
In the particular lifestyle and biome of the islands of Tigre motivate to reflection and to the concrete action beyond the result. The residencies program seeks to provide a temporary space that allows living the island, and from its surface and its depths, making space for the creative process.
In a given context for the observation of states -internal, from the process, the environment-, eases the living of the cycles with the cycles, being inside the seasons to approach notions of space and habitat, improvisation, individuation, and self-consciousness.