Peruvian artist and researcher. He focuses on technological responses to biases that would otherwise be catalogued as objective truth;
deconstructing the anthropocene´s conceptual dynamics between culture and nature, and the ideological instrumentalization of science. He elaborates meta-fictions to frame a constantly evolving reality. His sculptures and videos create interactive, baroque installations- articulating digital tools and traditional processes..
He studied Visual Arts at Corriente Alterna, and participated in Electronic Art and Film & Photography programs hosted by MoMA and Taller Helios. Finalist for the XX Concurso Nacional PPUA, the ICPNA contemporary art prize, two ARTUS grants, he won Best Artistic Proposal in Espacio Tomado. Selected LUIS ENRIQUE ZELA-KOORT / 2021 for residencies in Sao Paulo and Tokyo, he has shown work in South America, Europe, USA, and Japan with upcoming shows in Mexico and Poland. In 2020, he presented the exhibition and homonymous book No se puede regresar polvo at the MAC (Lima), while publishing the illustrated poetry book Teach me how to love. He currently presents Deseos Modernos at the CAC (Quito). Represented by Revolver Galeria and NASAL.
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