With his eclectic background, Gonzalo has always been interested in luminous and tangible mediums of expression. His approach started with his studies in architecture in Peru, which he left in 2003 to settle in Montreal and deepen his work on sensitivity and perception in the performing arts. Whether as a performer or a designer, he has been collaborating in the creation of circus, theater and dance shows for the past ten years. He co-founded mirari in 2015, committed to making culture as accessible as possible by taking the performing arts out of their walls and stages. He has since been exploring public art installations and augmented scenography for large-scale events.