My practice is guided by an in(ter)disciplinary approach, working from the unstable border between art production and art education. Located at this border and assuming a decolonial position, my work and research explore the logics of power and history, and their effects on contemporary culture. In particular, I am fascinated by instances of invisibility and immateriality in language, visual culture, labor, architecture, the everyday, what is said or revealed, and what is not. My work aspires to be both critical of and coherent with its immediate local context, through creating installations, interventions, cultural platforms, and ephemeral schools.
Since 2010 I have permanently alternated between my individual work and working collaboratively with laagencia.