Honduran artist, currently living and working in Basel, Switzerland.
Exploring the human condition by the language of its collective memory, through the use of combination image and sound.
His work is a dialogue between poetic symbols translated from social and political demands since its inception, making visible the relations between power patterns that promote the alienation and exploitation of humans by humans, the injustice of labour relations, the unequal distribution of power of the capitalist system. And how this interacts in the relations of power, between migratory flows from the border to hegemonic centre of power in the world.
Artist resident at Flora ars+natura in Bogotá, Colombia (2018 program).
Some of his projects have been presented at 58th Biennale di Venezia, KADIST Art Foundation, Pacific Standard Time: LA / LA by LAXART Gallery in Los Angeles CA, United States; Begehungen Chemnitz No. 14 in Chemnitz, Germany; X Central American Biennial, The Other Biennial of Art, in Bogotá; Inquieta Imagen 2017, at Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo, in Costa Rica; the International Video Art Exhibition, of Barcelona; the International Video Art Festival of Buenos Aires; V Biennial of Visual Arts of Honduras; Centro Cultural de España, among others. He has been a Training Instructor for young creators teaching "Videoart Experimental" workshops in Central America.
MFA from Institut Kunst HGK FNHW (School of the Basel Art Institute) in Switzerland; BA degree in Music Education from the Honduran National School of Music (performance: violin emphasis) and BA degree in Audiovisual Communication from the Technological University of Central America with studies in television development and multimedia production at the University of Valle de Mexico.
His work as an artist made him collaborate currently with Roma Jam Session Art Kollektiv (RJSaK) from Zurich. And initially, with the "Nómada" collective of contemporary artists from the Experimental School of Arts in Tegucigalpa and as a musician in the Philharmonic Orchestra of Honduras, reaching a balance between both disciplines.