Born in 1987, I am a Venezuelan visual artist and poet based in Caracas. My work inquires the tension between fiction and reality through photographic representation. The central axes of my work are power and eroticism from the feminine perspective. I place the identity from a gendered perspective, incorporating the critical reflection on art history, popular culture, and mass media imagery. The connections between photography, the poetic act, and self-representation explore the body as an individual and collective metaphor.
My work has been exhibited at the Contemporary Art Museum of Zulia; Mendoza Gallery; El Hatillo Art Center; Panoramic Emerging Art in Venezuela 2000-2012; TAC Gallery; Trasnocho Cultural; MAD Gallery, Los Galpones; UCAB Cultural Center; No Place Contemporary Art (Ecuador); Féroces International Photography Festival (France), Rhizome (Spain), Festival Hybrid (Spain), among others.
I have participated as a speaker in several seminars and congresses. I have given workshops about my personal research, photography, and contemporary art both nationally and internationally. Highlights include the Multinational Workshop (Mexico, 2011), Cisneros Foundation Seminar in the Aula Magna at the Central University of Venezuela (Caracas, 2013), Cultural Space El Palomar (Spain, 2015), Librería La Caníbal (Spain, 2015), among others.
I currently live and work in my studio in Caracas, under the regime of Nicolás Maduro.