I am interested in informal methods of the distribution of information and goods, forms of social creativity in the face of scarcity, and the communities and human infrastructures that shape such practices. My projects are related to alternative networks, informal economies, and power structures. I pay particular attention to the alternative strategies that have emerged in the digital culture of my native Cuba, which are a response to the disconnection of my country from the global networks that control the Internet today. As part of my artistic practice, I actively engage with the phenomena I investigate and try to find more effective ways in which art can participate in the complex relationship between formal and informal networks.
As a result of these actions and research processes I usually establish transdisciplinary collaborative processes that can take the form of publishing academic texts or multimedia exhibitions that include interactive installations, diagrams, the development of specific hardware and software, videos, photographs, public actions and objects.