(Lima, 1973) In his work, he’s telling stories in a poetic language, which follows geographical and historical boundaries. Living between Europe and South America, he adapted to the cultural differences, wherein he can experience himself as a bridge between the European culture and his origins. He regards himself as an explorer, discovering his own peripheries in Europe. From one place to another, he collects information about cultural identities, showing their parallels in different contexts. With an increase in both enforced and voluntary geographical exile or nomadism and globalization of goods, artists are interrogating what cultural identity is, questioning these traditional ideas of origin and immigration.