Laura was born in 1985 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She spent her childhood in Patagonia, shuttling between Bariloche in Rio Negro Province and Península Valdés in Chubut. Nowadays, she lives and works in Buenos Aires.
As an interdisciplinary artist, she makes use of photography, video and writing, which, together with her research of photo, archaeological, and epistolary archives, constitute the body of her artwork. Her family legacy, her background in psychology and the territory as the limit are some key elements necessary to understand not only her art practice but also the processes of her thoughts and work.
Laura studied photography at the Argentine School of Photography and at Andy Goldstein’s School of Creative Photography. She also earned a degree in Psychology, specializing in the works of Carl Gustav Jung. In 2018, she published her first photo essay book: The Wildness Appeared in my Dreams. In 2019, she was granted a scholarship by the National Endowment for the Arts of Argentina for her project in photo research titled Time is a Landscape. In 2020, she was selected as a finalist by Latin America’s Female Photographers to exhibit her artwork in Paris at Le monde vu par les femmes d’ Amérique Latine. In 2021, she took part of Can Serrat International Art Residency in Barcelona and presented her book The wildness appeared in my dreams at Paris Photo Art Fair with Editorial RM. In 2022, she was also awarded a scholarship for the Master’s Course in Photo Creation at LENS School of Visual Arts of Madrid. In December 2022, she participated in CAMPO ArtFest in Pueblo Garzón, Uruguay. In January 2023, she exhibited If I Name her, I lose her - a project about freedom, the territory and the feminine - at Espacio FotoArte, Uruguay. In May 2023, she exhibited The Wildness Appeared in my Dreams at Atelier Bergere in Paris