He holds a masters degree in Visual Arts (UNA) and graduated from the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes y Dramaturgia (EAD).
He made two documentary films entitled Cuerpo de letra (2015) and Hacerme feriante (2010), for which he obtained the Premio Sur for Best Documentary (Argentine Academy of Cinema) and the FIDOCS Special Award from the Jury (Chile).
His audiovisual pieces include Condominio, Suite Matanzas and Autosocorro.
He created many site-specific pieces including the videoinstallations Dirección de paseos (at the Buenos Aires botanical gardens), La plaza en el pulmón de manzana, (at the former Casanto factory) and the installation Antrópolis, (in Tecnópolis).
He obtained the Lucio Fontana Visual Arts award, a residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris, the ‘’Elena Poggi’’ award from the Argentine Association of Art Critics and the Ricardo Rojas Awards for Best Essay for his book La desplaza, biogeografía del Parque Rivadavia.
His pieces have been exhibited in different venues and cities of the world, including Pastificio Cerere (Roma), Onomatopee (Eindhoven), Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien (Berlin), Maison Rouge (Paris), Kunstverein (Wolfsburg), UCSD Art Gallery (San Diego), Ig Bildende Kunst (Vienna), 98 weeks (Beirut), CCCB (Barcelona), Museo de Antioquia (Medellin), 1a Bienal del Fin del Mundo (Ushuaia) and MALBA (Buenos Aires).
Meeting point: mast on the corner of Av. Rivadavia and Doblas.
During the restoration works in Parque Rivadavia, the book stands, record and curiosities stalls of its fair were temporarily transferred to the main avenue. In their original location, the Government of the City of Buenos Aires is building the foundations to extend Beauchef street onto the park, despite the resident's resistance. The performance offers the public the possibility of becoming an eye witness of the case by visiting the terrain under dispute. From its circumstantial placement, the traditional fair offers a wide variety of evidence in the exhibited merchandise and the intimacy of its stands. While the city is negotiating a traffic expansion, prioritizing car functionality over the territory, the singularity of each testimony reveals a cultural heritage that connects with the interior of each of the park's pathways. Visitors remain, and each displacement celebrates an unknown dispersion.