By making animations frame by frame, I intend to recover the condition of existence of cinema, somewhat forgotten since the beginning of the digitization process: the illusion of movement from static images. For that reason, I think the stop motion carries itself purists, stripped objectives, beyond the aesthetic use (and therefore ideological) that the animator / director wishes to make. In addition, the narrative procedures, the creation, the modeling and the animation of characters seem to be inseparable to me –they are part of the same manual process inevitably patient that, as director, I consider my duty to perform.
I am a writer, artist and stop-motion animator. I was born in 1990 in Buenos Aires. At seven I began my studies in drawing with Hermenegildo Sábat, and in 2002 continued with live models at the National Museum of Fine Arts under the teaching of artist Ernesto Pesce. I studied English and Latin and made several workshops in literature (Shakespeare, classical Greek tragedy, Borges, nineteenth-century French novel, etc.). I am currently conducting the Bachelor of Combined Arts at the University of Buenos Aires.
In my paintings, I use different materials such as acrylics and oil pastels. I also ventured into the art of engraving. I make comics with China ink, of which I am also the writer.