I am a historian and independent curator engaged in decolonial practice and critical pedagogy. My curatorial practice lies on collective praxis and a necessary transformative urgency which I explore in the intersection between nature, history and decoloniality.
I graduated in History at the Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaíso and crossed the Atlantic to do my PhD at the University of Zurich. I researched sexual practices in Early Modern Zurich and how they influenced subjectivities in relation to body, gender, nature and sexuality. Afterwards, I enrolled in the Postgraduate Programme in Curating, at the Zurich University of the Arts.
Until February 2022, I held a senior teaching and research position at the University of Zurich where I investigated indigenous thinking about the past and history towards a transcultural idea of history from a Latin American perspective and taught postcolonial studies and Latin American history as well. Currently, I am living in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.