(1973, Mexico City) studied documentary filmmaking, photography, and visual arts at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. He was commissioned to do several urban art pieces in New York City and in Amsterdam. Among his recent individual works are Tropicalia negra (Black Tropicalia [El Eco]) and a large installation for the Merco Sur Biennial in Brazil. The Centro Gallego de Arte Contemporáneo (Santiago de Compostela, Spain) and the Museo Carrillo Gil (Mexico City) showed his retrospective “La voluntad de las cosas” in 2009. He has participated in collective exhibits at the Martin Gropius Bau in Berlin, De Appel Foundation in Holland, the STUK in Belgium, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, California; and the ICA in Philadelphia and in Boston. In Mexico City, at the Museo Tamayo, the Colección Jumex, and the Museo de Arte Moderno. Among his solo exhibits are “Anomia” at the Galería OMR; “Kinds of Times/Species of Spaces” at the Artist Space in New York; “De los órdenes invisibles” at the Galería de Arte Contemporáneo. He currently directs the Atelier Romo, a multidisciplinary platform dedicated to contemporary projects.