Miguel’s works investigate the memory and psychology of trauma – often through the retelling of biographical events – and focusses in the dynamics of the individual within post-migrant communities. Miguel explores the condition of self in a postcolonial discourse thoroughly influenced by the mainstream and recurs to images as a deconstructing tool for contemporary narratives. He holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Malaga and the M.A Art in Context from the Berlin University of the Arts where he mainly focussed on artistic work with social groups and in the context of media and academic image production. His work has been shown at Goethe Institute Barcelona, the Berlin University of the Arts, Loop Videoart festival in Barcelona, Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Bilbao Exhibition Center and Museo de Arte de la Diputacion in Malaga.