I am an independent researcher specialized in Latin American and global history. I have conducted my doctoral research at the Institute of History of the University of Bern as a member of the Global Studies Program. Previously I studied Humanities with a major in Contemporary History and Philosophy at the Pompeu Fabra University and obtained a master’s degree in Contemporary Philosophy with focus on aesthetics and decolonial thought from the Autonomous University of Barcelona. 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. I am currently working on a postdoctoral research project following 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-director of the network Ko-Operator!, an interdisciplinary artistic platform active since 2019.