Alfredo was trained in film and arts in New York City. His studies include a Bachelor's degree in Communication Arts from Marymount Manhattan College, film directing and production at Parsons New School University, and numerous production collaborations with New York University's (NYU) TISCH School of the Arts film program. In Caracas, Venezuela, Alfredo premiered his short film "Homeostasis" at the National Art Gallery, has been involved in (urban/street) art projects, featured in Wooster Collective (.com), and Caracas based arts magazine Platano Verde, made music videos and visuals for faculty and musicians at the Universidad Central de Venezuela's School of Architecture and worked in production and installation for one of the country's most important Contemporary Art spaces: Periferico Caracas. He Currently resides and works out of the city of Miami, Florida. He has curated and shown work in Miami. He has obtained his MFA at the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 2014. Currently he is part of the three person collective: TANGA! formed in 2017 with fellow artists Andrew Prieto and Rachel Chick.
I tend to be drawn to objects and sculpture, although I have previously worked with collage, video and sound, I still find physicality compelling. I am interested in appropriation and the redefinition of things/objects. I am very interested in language, poetics and semiotics. I frequently work with ideas that rely on humor and the absurd. I am mostly captivated by internal and external struggle and how it is expressed. I am curious about transformation, tension and pressure and how they effect creativity. I am interested in accident and chance. The work deals directly with sublimation, identity, sexuality and anxiety. Within the work you’ll also find undertones of politics and social hierarchies. My work draws from kitsch, the internet, advertising, mass media and art history.
I also work with fellow graduates from the MFA program at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Our work consists of a trans-disciplinary collaborative effort, where we explore transformational aesthetics, familial structures and gender.