I am not an artist, but I work with artists, creators and people who think things differently.

I am a freelance culture and art manager, researcher and passionate all about Contemporary Asian Art and New Media Art. I am from Spain, grow up in Germany and studied in UK and now living in China. Last year I decided to travel around Asia, I discovered  multiple artists, creative people and a fantastic culture mix this continent has to offer. A few years ago, I finished my Postgraduate Diploma in Culture Communication Management at the Universitat Ramon Llull, Barcelona, Spain, but most of my work experience I gathered it as an Events Manager, as I graduated in Marketing Communication in Spain and University of Greenwich, London, UK.

I belive that going to a yoga class can have similar beneficial effects than visiting a museum, going to the cinema or attend a concert…the difference is that art gives people a more critical awareness, make us imagine different worlds and discover a bunch of new idea. From north to south, country after country that’s a common thought.

My aim is to create Culture and Art projects that help people to get a more livable, safety and healthy community…like when you give a child an ice cream sandwich!



  1. Hi claurodi. Nice to meet you. You have a terrific site. I love some of the art you show, that I’d not normally get to see. I’ve been an ‘artist’ of sorts all my life (abstract watercolours) but now we’re nomadic all my energy is channelled into writing and photography.
    Thanks for visiting our blog, and for the ‘like’ on the post about Mandalay. Lots more posts about Burma to come.

    • claurodri

      Thanks! Your pics of Mandalay are fantastic 🙂 loved them! I am a yogi that is planning to visit Burma and experience vipassana meditation…and of course, get to know Burma’s culture a bit better. Namaste!

  2. Hi Claurodi – I nominated you for the ABC Award – check out my latest post 🙂

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