Is Lecturer of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies at University College Cork (Ireland). He completed a Ph.D. on Contemporary Caribbean art and politics of space, and has taught widely on Spanish, Lusophone and Latin American visual culture. His research interests focus on visual culture, critical theory, activism and collaborative artistic practices in postcolonial contexts. He authored two books on contemporary Caribbean art, and now he prepares a monograph on socially engaged art and coloniality for SUNY Press. He has lectured and organized conferences and seminars in several American, African and European universities.