b. 1987, Viña del Mar, Chile
Architect, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2012), MA Architectural History, the Bartlett (2018), PhD Candidate in Architectural & Urban History & Theory at the Bartlett, UCL. I’m editor-in-chief for Ediciones ARQ and Adjunct Professor at the School of Architecture, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. I have lectured in History and Theory at the MArch Architectural Design (B-Pro) at the Bartlett, and I’m a registered architect in Chile.
I have been Director of Contents for ‘Stadium,’ the Chilean Pavilion at the 16th Venice Architecture Biennale, and curator for several photography exhibitions. I guest edited Materia Arquitectura 20: ‘Technologies of Representation’, co-edited the book Stadium: A Building to Render the Image of a City (Switzerland: Park Books, 2018) and Working Papers (London: Bartlett, 2018), among others. My research interests include histories and instruments of vision, architectural and urban images, and the history of cultural technologies.
Currently based in London, UK.