I am cultural analyst and postdoctoral researcher at the Institut d'Histoire du Temps Présent of the Centre Nationale de Recherche Scientifique in Paris, as well as an associated researcher at the Center for Global Studies of the University of Bern. I am specialized in Latin American and global history. Previously I conducted my doctoral research at the Institute of History of the University of Bern as a member of the Global Studies Program. I obtained both my master and bachelor degrees in Barcelona, where I already focused on history and aesthetics. I have been awarded with scholarships from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst for pursuing research at the Iberoamerikanisches Institut in Berlin, and from the Dr. Joséphine de Karman Foundation. My current research follows my interest in artistic practices with historiographic purposes, especially in objects and devices crossed by deterioration, memory and affect.
Besides my scientific research, I have been involved in several cultural projects. Between 2007 and 2014 I was a student at the Conservatorio Municipal de Música de Barcelona majoring in saxophone with Víctor Béjar and Miquell Bofill. I attended masterclasses by Rodrigo Pérez Vila, Rupert Stelzer, Barbara Schickbichler, Michael Krenn, and Sascha Ambruster, among others. In addition, I participated in the Academy of Contemporary Music at the HSLU and performed as guest saxophonist at festivals such as Wege der Wahrnehmung and New Music Days. As a result of my interest in interdisciplinary art, I developed various projects as artist in residence or guest at performance series, as well as curator of concert staging. Since 2020 I have been closely collaborating with SoundTrieb, a collective I support as cultural manager. I am also co-founder of the network Ko-Operator!, an interdisciplinary artistic platform active since 2019.