Visual artist and curator, part of the Mapuche Rangiñtulewfü and Yene Revista collectives. Their installations, ceramics, performances and videos draw on their Mapuche ancestry to propose a critical reflection on the social, cultural and political status of the Mapuche subject in Chile and Latin America. Cultural similarities and differences, as well as stereotypes produced by the intersection between indigenous and western ways of thinking, are at the heart of their work, which also gives visibility to issues of gender and sexual dissent. They have held solo shows at Galeria 80m2 Livia Benavides, Lima, Peru (2019); Valparaíso Cultural Park, Chile (2018); and group shows at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, France (2022); and the São Paulo Biennial (2021). They were granted awards from the Municipalidad de Santiago, Fundación FAVA and Eyebeam. They live in Santiago.