Conference interpreter during the 11th Barcelona Biennial of Landscape Architecture.

The 11th edition of the Barcelona International Biennial of Landscape Architecture consisted of a series of eight conferences under the slogan “Climate Change: City and Nature”, the presentation of the 11 projects that aspired to win the Rosa Barba Professional Award by their authors and the conferences of the eight universities that participated in the International Landscape Schools Award.

The symposium has been adapted to this year’s circumstances to make it an open-participation event, held as always from Barcelona. True to the commitment to the Biennial over the years, and sharing the concern for health security during this period of pandemic, the organisation proposed to transform the challenges into a new adventure to broaden the scope of the Barcelona Landscape Biennial and thus contribute to raising the profile of the profession and the education of landscape architecture.



Conference interpreter during the presentation of FC Barcelona Baloncesto’s new signings.

Happy to accompany the four new FC Barcelona Baloncesto signings during the press conference held at FC Barcelona Baloncesto, with Sertac Sanli, Rokas Jokubaitis, Nico Laprovittola and Nigel Hayes.

All of them have been working and playing with the team for several weeks, both preseason and Lliga Catalana and Supercopa, but it has not been until today when they have been officially presented.



Conference interpreter during the Seminar A neoliberal counter-revolution? Cultural Imaginaries, Political Subjectivities and New World Order.

In response to the reflections developed in the framework of the research projects Decentralised Modernity(ies) and Fossil Aesthetics, this international conference asks about the role that cultural imaginaries have played in the shaping of neoliberal subjectivity during the period from 1979 to 2019.

Marked by key historical milestones such as the beginning of perestroika and the fall of the Berlin Wall, this chronological framework determines the effective implementation of the economic, cultural and political model that shapes our present. Although the historical origin of neoliberalism as an ideological project can be traced back several decades, it is from the end of the 1970s, after the experiment of the Chilean dictatorship and with the arrival of Margaret Thatcher to power, that its cultural hegemony began to take shape on a global level.



Conference interpreter during the XII Fabry Masterclass

Today we learned…

that Fabry disease is an inherited disorder of glycosphingolipid catabolism caused by deficiency of the lysosomal enzyme α-galactosidase A (α-GAL A), which leads to intracellular deposition, especially globotriaosylceramide (Gb-3), in the vascular endothelium and other tissues.

It was described by Johannes Fabry in 1898.

It is transmitted X-linked, and more than 400 mutations have been described to date (Human Gene Mutation Database, Institute of Medical Genetics, Cardiff).

There is currently no cure for Fabry disease. The symptoms and health problems resulting from the disease can be addressed with different types of therapies.

The aim of the well-known enzyme replacement therapies is to replace the natural enzyme, thereby removing GL-3 from the cells and preventing its further accumulation in the cells.