Born in Bogotá, Colombia, 1964.
INVERTIGO, (February) 1997, Installation, SoFa Gallery University of Indiana, Bloomington, Indiana. Collaboration with Christa Erickson (University of Indiana), and Beth Stryker (NYC).
Bowling Alley, 1995, Web Installation, 10th Biennale of Sydney Satellite Exhibiton, 1996, Australia.
(Eliot's) Desire, 1996, Internet/WWW, Group show "Can You Digit?" Postmasters Gallery (www.thing.net/~pomaga/art22.html), New York, NY.
Bowling Alley, 1995, Installation, Walker Art Center (bowlingalley.walkerart.org), Minneapolis, MN. Collaboration with Shu Lea Cheang (NYC), Christa Erickson (University of Indiana), and Beth Stryker (NYC).
Aporia, 1995, Internet/WWW, New York Digital Salon (www.media.mit.edu/~sawad/proj/aporia/), New York, NY.
Aporia, Leonardo Volume 28, No. 5 (1995)
"Space Matter: On Thomas Bewick's Vignettes," Chicago Art Journal (Spring 1994): 50-56.
Respondent, "Pop, Mass, and Sub Culture," Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada, Nov. 1996.
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Nov. 1995, Panelist on "Artists' Forum."
The Goethe Institute, Chicago, May 1994, Symposium on German Philosophy, "Walter Benjamin's Toys."
Respondent, Graduate Symposium on "Techne," The University of Chicago, April 1994.
Postmasters Gallery, New York, NY, WWW interface (www.thing.net/~pomaga), 1995.
Digital and Software Designer ("Semiotic weapon"), 5.95 to 9.95 i|o 360 digital. New York, NY.
he Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MS Student and
Research Assistant, 1995 to present, Program in Media Arts and Sciences
(The Media Laboratory).
The University of Chicago, PhD Student, 1993 to 1995, Art History.
The University of Texas at Austin, MA, 1993, Art History. Thesis title: "The Tool and the Toy: Technologies in the Making and Criticism of Matisse's Cut-Outs."
The University of Texas at Austin, BFA (Studio Art), BA (Computer Science), 1989.