Miguel Fernández de Castro (Sonora, 1986). His career has been centered on long-term projects involving photography, video, sculpture, and writing. His work has been exhibited in Spazio Veda, Florence; The Wren Library, Cambridge; Museo Artium, Vitoria-Gasteiz. In Mexico City: Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil (2017); Proyecto Paralelo (2016); Casa del Lago (2015 and 2016); Museo de Arte Moderno (2014); ATEA (2013); Biquini Wax (2013); and the Museo de San Ildefonso (2013). Other museums that have exhibited his work are: Museum of Anthropology, Vancouver (2013); Museum of Latin American Art, Los Angeles (2013); Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Monterrey (2012); The Collaborative-MoLAA, Los Angeles (2012); Museo de Arte de Sonora (2011 y 2016); and Jaus Gallery, Los Angeles (2011). He was accorded the Jóvenes Creadores grant from FONCA (2011–12); the Tierney Fellowship, New York (2010); and the Acquisition Award from the X Bienal FEMSA, Monterrey (2012). Among his published books are: El desplazamiento (t-e-e, 2012) and Llanuras elementales (PAOS, 2017). He was resident artist at Ashkal Alwan, Beirut, and at PAOS, Guadalajara. He currently lives and works in the north of Sonora.