As a feminist researcher, I have studied, from ethnographic perspectives, knowledge dialogues and knowledge-making practices related to techno-scientific knowledge and popular knowledge. In this work, I focused on giving account of feminized processes and practices around knowledge production. Since 2014, my research has explored handmade textile practices as technologies of knowing and caring. As a researcher, I also participate in transdisciplinary projects that place textile making, art, science and technology in dialogue with one another. These are for me spaces of exploration and permanent listening. Here are links about my latest studies:
Research – 2020-2022
Embroidering bodies that listen
An approach to embroidery as a vessel for listening in transitional justice processes.
Proyecto transdisciplinar – 2020-2021
Digital repertoires of textile projects and practices
Un proceso de codiseño en torno a los haceres textiles, la memoria y las tecnologías afectivas
Research – 2020-2021
Traces, crafts and territories
A transdisciplinary approach to the landscape of San José del Guaviare, from the palm, basketry and rupestrian paintings. This project is lead by the Colombian artist Rosario López.
Research – 2018-2020
Mending the New
An approach to how textile making has allowed for the reinvention of life in the midst of the armed conflict.
Research – 2018
When textile making documents
An inquiry into how everyday textiles tell stories
Research – 2016
Traveling Sewing Box
A museum exhibition and pedagogical tool to answer the question of why and how we embroider/weave memory.
Research – 2016
Experimental Sewing Circle
A space for co-creation, encounter, speculation and material exploration between textiles and digital devices
Investigación – 2014-2016
Una búsqueda por aprender a bordar y acompañar procesos de diseños de tecnologías digitales