My research focuses on the intersection of creativity and social, cultural, and political issues. In particular, in how creativity can be a tool to question -or even alter- dominant contemporary realities, with a special focus on urban contexts and the Internet.
I have worked as a researcher, consultant and independent curator for various organisations in different international contexts, such as IDENSITAT (Barcelona), the Centre for Urban and Community Research (CUCR) Goldsmiths University (London); Birkbeck (London); the South London Gallery (London); the Serpentine Gallery, (London); the Franklin Furnace Archive (New York); or CCCB (Barcelona) 2008). I have written for various catalogues and magazines, and periodically collaborate with the cultural supplement Encuentros (Diari de Tarragona). Currently I am a Consultant for anteverti and a Congress Project Manager for the Smart City Expo World Congress. I am also an Associate Lecturer at UOC.
I hold an MA in World Cities and Urban Life (Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2009); BA in Visual Arts (University of Barcelona, 2006).
Image: Frame of the film They Live, John Carpenter, 1988