Historian, art curator, and advisor in matters of public defense related to justice and race for migrant people in Argentina
Historian, art curator, and advisor in matters of public defense related to justice and race for migrant people in Argentina. Head of Center for Research on Film, Human Rights and Migration, Director of CineMigrante IFF, an annual interdisciplinary work programme, a space of convergence for artists, thinkers, curators, activists, and different organizations of the civil society focused on effecting and setting up dialogues with the society in general, aimed at the reconstruction of collective imageries. The work program locates human mobility in contemporary times, from the motion of the "becoming black of the world", developing from the intersection between the reconstitution of situated knowledges and the conformation of collective experiences, towards the reverberations of critical knowledge. Her recent curatorships center its gaze on the persistence of coloniality and the possible ways of representation outside it. She currently works on speculative fabulation, ways to re-inhabit myths and orality as a way to enter time.