A visual artist, he holds a degree in Arts and Design from the University of Texas, Austin, USA, 2001. He works with video, installation, photography, objects and drawings. His work explores how collective experience, social context and production of meaning in daily life inform the construction of social identity over time. Through the reinterpretation of personal and social watershed events, his artworks use materials and spaces from the Bolivian context to address the plasticity of memory, the inconsistence of self-perception and the body’s relationship with time. His work has been shown in solo exhibits at Galería Temporal, Santiago, Chile (2014); Centro Cultural de España, La Paz, Bolivia (2012); Abrons Arts Center, New York, USA (2012); Museo Nacional de Arte, La Paz, Bolivia (2009); Happy Ending, New York, USA (2005); and other institutions. He has been featured in group exhibitions at the Santa Cruz Biennale, Bolivia (2012); Fundación de Arte y Culturas Bolivianas, La Paz, Bolivia (2008); Austin Museum of Modern Art, USA (2001); and others. Bedoya curated the exhibition Brooklyn is Burning, at New York’s MoMA PS1 (2010). He lives and works in La Paz.