Woodgate creates objects, site-specific projects, and collaborative events that explore interplays between people and their surrounding landscapes.
Her work considers behavior patterns and organizational systems across times and invites people to interact with them in new ways. She reflects on civic politics and the use of space and place, often with a ludic and regenerative approach.
Inspired by thermodynamics and the perpetual motion of things, her process-oriented practice considers everything, discards nothing, and turns everything into something else.

Woodgate graduated from the National University of Visual Arts, Argentina, in 2004 and has exhibited extensively in U.S and abroad. She has initiated collaborative projects and has been awarded artists residencies both nationally and internationally
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, I now make my home in Miami, FL.