Agustina Muñoz was born in 1985 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

She works in film, theatre, video and performance telling stories in different ways and different times.
She works with visual, material and oral archives to weave together different voices and experiences as a way to reconnect with the soul of the world we live in. She traces and problematizes the idea of inheritance, of memory, of what is lost and what endures in the memory of bodies and territories.

She has written and directed many pieces and has collaborated with different artists such as Mariana Obersztern, Barbara Hang, Romina Paula, Margarita Molfino, Florencia Rodriguez Giles and Mercedes Azpillicueta.
She holds a Master degree in Theatre from Das, University of the Arts Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She has a BA in Social Communication.
She co-edited with Barbara Hang the book 'El tiempo es lo único que tenemos' Actualidad en las Artes Performativas (Caja Negra Editora).
She was performing arts advisor at the Centro Cultural Kirchner and guest curator of public programmes at the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (Malba).
She writes regularly in different media about art and performance. She co-edited Segunda Epoca, a publishing project about contemporary art, literature and life.
She gives workshops and seminars in different institutions. For many years she has led art workshops for children.