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Choreographer, dancer and lighting designer. His dance productions “la vejez de las paredes…”, “half of the piece about disappearing”, “smaller, slower, unproductive and resentful”, “Japón” and others, have been presented in The Netherlands, Germany, Japan, Mexico and Argentina. He performed in projects by Steve Paxton, Diego Gil & Igor Dobricic, David Weber-Krebs, Nora Heilmann and others.
Has designed lighting for concert, dance, opera and theater performances in multiple cities in Argentina, The Netherlands, Germany, México and Belgium. He lectured on “Communication in lighting and dance” and taught as assistant to teacher Arq. Eli Sirlin at IUNA’s Bachelor in Lighting Design (Buenos Aires). He authored the project for exterior decorative lighting to two national monuments and two City Government offices in the City of Pigüé, Argentina.
In 2009 he graduated from the reknowned School for New Dance Development (SNDO), Amsterdam. He received the prestigious Huygens Scholarship granted by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.
My work focuses on the creative process and in exploring new choreographic methodologies. I am mainly interested in developing my sense of ethics through my work, always in relation and dialogue with other people. I want my work to have a political significance, I want to be an actor in changing the world, be it discussing the news, macro-politics, perception or the ethics behind every encounter between people.
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