Visual storyteller and Photojournalist // Born in 1985 // Buenos Aires, Latin-America and paris // former architect and anthropologist From my years as a dancer, I keep a love for bodies, its expressions and movements. As an architect, a...
2018 has been an unprecedented year in the struggle of Argentine women for legal, safe and free abortion, after more than 20 years of campaigning. A struggle that cuts across all sectors of society, political affinities and ages, breaking the traditional political scheme and its divisions. A debate that crossed borders, passionating the whole world and giving hope to other Latin American countries. After the half-approval of the deputies' bill on June 13, 2018, with a million green handkerchiefs outside Congress, the senators finally rejected the bill on August 8.