As an Ecuadorian tech-artist, I merge classical art mediums with emerging technologies, sustained by a strong conceptual foundation. Through my work, I express a profound appreciation for nature and I try to find new ways in which we, as human beings, relate to our environment and to each other.
In the art world I am know for my light sculptures and installations and my work in projection mappings. I identify myself as a light explorer since I research both the physical and conceptual aspects of light. I consistently push the boundaries of creativity and various artistic languages, inviting audiences to reimagine the infinite possibilities that art and technology offer in present and future realities. My work seeks not only to capture aesthetic beauty but also to provoke deep reflection and dialogue on our interaction with ourselves, the natural environment and each other.
I studied Visual Arts in Ecuador and did a Masters in Interactive Telecommunications in NYU-Tisch School of the Arts. I have showed my work in amazing places like The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Times Square and the Light Festival in Quito (among others).
Currently, I recognize myself as a Polymath since I work in a variety of fields. Besides exploring the creative applications of art, design and tech, I nurture the next generation of creative minds as a part-time university professor, teaching Creative Technologies and Digital Culture. I also create custom light sculptures and installations for brands, clients and collectors mainly based in Ecuador, New York and Portugal. In addition to these pursuits, I offer private lessons for people looking to understand the intricate relationship between energy and matter which is something I'm currently studying in my master's program. And finally this year I will be diving in the world of fashion technology with the debut of my light wearables brand in the summer of 2024.