is a PhD candidate at Universität Zürich. After studying Art History at the University of Havana, he obtained his masters degree in Art History and Hispanic Studies at Zurich. From 2014–2017 he was a research assistant on the project Modernity and the Landscape in Latin America: Politics, Aesthetics, Ecology. His research explores the dialogic relationships between the built environment and Mexican and Cuban architectural modernism. He is a contributor to the book Beyond Tradition, Beyond Invention: Cosmic Technologies and Creativity in Contemporary Afro-Cuban Religion (2015).