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Resumé

Education

Master in Humanities, major in Philosophy, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de

Monterrey (ITESM). Thesis Honorable Mention: “Civil Society in the arts”, Monterrey, México.

Organisation of American States (OAS) 2004 scholarship.

Fellowships

2010

Fullbright International Visitor Leadership Program (ILVP) for working artists

fellowship. Multiples cities: USA.

2017

Bogliasco Foundation- Artistic residency fellowship to produce the artwork “The river told

me so”. February-March 2017, Génova, Italy.

 Solo Exhibits / Video Performances

2012 

“Precipitación de Ternura”, projection mapping on public space performed live on a route of

6 locations in downtown Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

”Panópticon”, architectural projection mapping performed live at the ruins of the historic

penitentiary Antigua Penitenciaría Central. Duration: 16¨22. Tegucigalpa, Honduras

2011

Young Presidents Organisation Art Lounge, “Pulso”, architectural projection mapping

performed live in the interior building structure of the Museo para la Identidad Nacional in

Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Two large venue projectors, duration 15 minutes.

2008

Center for Contemporary Visual Arts, Women in the Arts (MUA), Memory 0100110101”, 12

´30”, Video installation, sound, color, 5 videos, 11:39´´ Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

Collective Exhibits

2013

VIII Central American Isthmus Biennial, “Precipitación de Ternura”, projection mapping,

video installation, 15 glass and wood windows,15 simultaneous videos, color, sound, variable

dimensions, Panamá City, Panamá.

2012

IV Biennial Honduras, “Precipitación de Ternura”, projection mapping, video installation, 15

glass and wood windows,15 simultaneous videos, color, sound, variable dimensions,

Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

2011

Dancing with Tegucigalpa, Collaboration with artist and choreographer Nejla Yatkin (USA),

Moving the Map, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

2010  

VII Central American Isthmus Visual Arts Biennial, “Memory, Refraction and Time”,

video installation, water, glass, metal, 6 videos, color, sound, 8´47”. Nicaragua.

 

3Honduras Biennial 2010 “Memory, Refraction and Time”, video installation, water, glass,

metal, 6 videos, color, sound, 8´47”. Curatorial Committee: Alma Ruiz (MOCA MUSEUM),

Edith Medina (Ex-teresa Arte Actual-Mexico), Gustavo Larach (New Mexico University).

Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

“Resonant Bodies”, 7´40”, The Critic, exhibit with artist RIFH (Iván Fiallos), Galería Molino

Rojo, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

2009

X Cuenca Biennial, “Memory 0010010110100101”, 11´47”, Video sculpture, General

Curator: José Manuel Noceda (Cuba), Cuenca, Ecuador.

*(id) art_fest, “Memory 0100110101”, 12´30”, Video art/poetry, Curated by Alfonso Caputo

(Italy), Belforte del Chienti , Italy.

2008

 Women in the Arts (MUA),Center for Contemporary Visual Arts, “Memory

0100110101”, Live Cinema performance, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

 

 LA240 Central American International Film and Video Festival, “Antena”, 7´10”, videopoetry

San José, Costa Rica.

 

 Rizoma Sessions “Moskitia Route”, Live Cinema performance, Spanish Cultural Center in

Tegucigalpa, Honduras

 

 World Youth Arts Festival Romerías de Mayo, “PreservaVIHvos” in collaboration with

artist RIFH (Iván Fiallos), live audiovisual poetry performance, Holguín, Cuba.

 

2007

Rizoma Sessions, live cinema + poetry performance, Spanish Cultural Center in

Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

 

“Lamepantallas”, live audiovisual bit-poetry performance: Fiesta de la Cultura, Tegucigalpa,

Honduras; Digital Arts Festival, San Salvador, El Salvador; World Youth Arts Festival Romerías

de Mayo, Holguín, Cuba 2006-2007.

 

2006

 Ars Latina Festival, “En blanco”, 3´26”, video-poetry, Baja California, México & San Diego,

USA.

2006-2017

“Lamepantallas”, VJ + poetry perforamces: Modular Sound & Clubbing, Sunjam, Syntec,

Festival La240 Costa Rica with the following artists and DJs: Tim Xavier (DE), Xpansul (ES)

Melissa O´(CR), Ofo Nuñez (SV), Kammy (Brasil), Balto (HN), C0dekat (HN), Acid Munky (HN),

Luis Maier (HN), Fuzzé (CR), Somorset (CR), Jason Jollins (US), Gil K (US), Alejandro Martínez

(SV), Rafa Verdial (HN), Dustin Zahn (US), Paco Osuna (ES), Ziggy Kinder (DE), Ladida (CZ),

Alex Under (ES), Joseph Capriatti (Italy), Pär Grindvik (DE), Marko Nastik (SP) and many more.

Film: Documentary & Short film

2014

Writer and director of the Documentary: “Liberating a Prison”, Viewfinder Latin America,

Al-Jazeera English funded award for documentary film in international competition.Duration: 25

minutes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t8L0qDCVJ4

 

2008

Short film: LA240 Central American International Film and Video Festival, The pressure

cooker shortfilm competition: “Estación Quimera”, shortfilm, 17´10”, San José, Costa Rica.

Videomapping and projection mapping

2009 -2017

Created, written, conceptualised, designed, edited, directed and produced more than

20 video mapping and projection mapping commercial oriented artistic projects, developed

mostly onto the facades of buildings in public space in the cities of Tegucigalpa, San Pedro

Sula, Santa Rosa de Copán and Lempira in Honduras.

2016

“Cielo de Salamanca” -Grand prize finalist runner-up for the international architectual

videomapping competition Festival Luz y Vanguardias, Salamanca, Spain. Artwork created in

collaboration with Heleci Ramírez.

2017

“Xibalbá” -Audience Award at Festival Luz y Vanguardias 2017, International architectual

videomapping competition, Salamanca, Spain. Artwork created in collaboration with Heleci

Ramírez.

"Soria mira a México"-  Festival Internacional de Cortometrajes de la Ciudad de Soria, Projection mapping en 3d  realizado sobre la fachada del Palacio de la Audiencia, Soria, España. Artista invitado,

 

Publications

1994-2001

Written and published the following poetry books: Viajes Dolorosos (1994), Paraísos Mudos

(1998) Llora Alegría (2001), Litografía Lopez, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

2004

“Transferencia”. Post graduate honorable mention thesis, I.T.E.S.M. University,

Monterrey, México.

Published essay “The aesthetic culture of civil society organisations” in the university

official international academic magazine Revista de Humanidades. I.T.E.S.M., Monterrey,

México.

2006

Co-editor of the anthology book of Honduran poets "Hondureños para llevar”, Pez

Dulce Editores.

2007

“New Media Arts”, Exhibit Catalogue “Memory 010011010”, Gabriel Vallecillo M., Bayardo

Blandino, Curator and Artistic Director CAVC/MUA.

Published paper “Cultural Politics, between local and global perspectives” in the

Cultural Politics and Identity Colloquium book, Museo de la Identidad Nacional, Tegucigalpa,

Honduras.

 

Published article “Culture, city and citizenship” Maniobra Magazine, Tegucigalpa,

Honduras.

 

2008

Creator & chief editor of the magazine “Gargantúa: arte, poesía, litio” PopVersus

Producciones, Honduras, 2008-2012

 

Co-editor of the anthology book of Honduran poets "Hondureños para llevar”,

volume 2, Pez Dulce Editores

 

 Photography and poetry editor of the book ”Tegus, una Ciudad en los Ojos",

Editorial Pez Dulce, Litografía López and PopVersus Producciones.

 

Published essay “Counterpoint in diaspora”, Honduras Visual Arts Biennial bulletin,

Honduras.

 

2009

“Transits toward new encounters with X Cuenca Biennial: Gabriel Vallecillo Márquez,

Gabriel Galeano”, Honduran Artist Catalogue for the X Cuenca Biennial, Bayardo Blandino,

2013Curator and Artistic Director CAVC/MUA.

2013

4M3R1C4 - Nouvelle Poetry Anthology of Latin America by Héctor Hernández

Montesino, poetic works included in the anthology, Editorial Vallejo, Chile.

Lectures and workshops given

2005

Conference “The aesthetic culture in honduran civil society”, IV International Culture

and Development Congress, Havana, Cuba

2006

Conference “Culture and identity in the era of banality”, Festival Internacional de Romerías

de Mayo, Holguín, Cuba.

 

 Conference “Post-association in civil society organisations & cultural industries”, 52

Americanist International Congress, within the Simposium “Supranational integration

and international decentralisation, Seville, Spain.

 

Conference “Cultural politics, in between local and global perspectives”, Cultural

Politics and Identity Colloquium, Museo de la Identidad Nacional, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

2007

Conference “Culture, citizenship and city”, Sirchal Workshop, French Embassy in

Honduras, Mujeres en la Artes y AMDC, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

2008

Thematic Co-Coordinator for the VI Visual Arts Central American Isthmus Biennial “The

ethical dimension in contemporary art forum”, Tegucigalpa, Honduras, Thematic

Coordinator : Adrienne Samos (Panamá)

 

Thematic Editor for the Honduran Visual Arts Biennial, “Cultures in diaspora”, Tegucigalpa,

Honduras

 

Conference “Transits, Roots and perspectives in diaspora” “Cultures in diaspora” Forum,

Honduran Visual Arts Biennial 2008, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

2009

Selection Committee Member for the ArsLatina Festival, Havana, Cuba.

 

2010

Workshop “Introduction to live video performance”, Centro de Artes Visuales

Contemporáneo, Mujeres en las Artes, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

 

Thematic Coordinator for the Conferences “Live Identities” for the “Diversity Now”

project, PopVersus Producciones, Mujeres en las Artes, UNESCO, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

 

2011

Workshop “Cultural diversity and development”, Mujeres en las Artes “Leticia de Oyuela”,

Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

2014

Conference “Documentary film and its relation with the city”, Center for Contemporary

Arts, Mujeres en las Artes, Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

 

TEDx Conference “Imagine, Participate, Transform”, Tegucigalpa, Honduras: https://

www.youtube.com/watch?v=prd991YoEO0

 

2016

Conference “Artistic Language, from word to image”, Creative Mornings Tegucigalpa,

Honduras. Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A-uR9Y9oy58