My work engages a variety of practices including music, visual arts, performance, research, and teaching. I was born and raised in Mexico City and I'm currently living in Brooklyn, NY.
I enjoy working both solo and collaborating across disciplines. My work is informed by identity, immigration, ritual, performance, ecology, construction work, improvisation and interaction with time/space. I am interested in creating art that questions critical socio-political issues such as: the politics of the body, gender, and the asymmetry of human relations.
"Nine Easy Steps Toward Oblivion" is a multimedia installation composed of nine sculptures that also function as containers for a subset of objects (video, sound, photographs, clay sculptures, textiles, two books, and three flags). The installation can be further activated by scheduled performances by the artist. The work invites to question various meanings of individual and collective identity–– a complicated and unclear concept that spans from national, ethnic, gender, and state identities.