Emilio Rojas

Emilio Rojas was born in Mexico City, (ca.1985) he is a multidisciplinary artist,working primarily in performance, using, film, video, photography,installation,  public interventions and sculpture. His works have been exhibited in the US, Mexico, Canada, Japan, Austria, England, Greece, France,  Germany, Italy, Spain and Australia. He has attended numerous residencies including the Banff Centre, Elsewhere Museum, the Surrey Art Gallery, the Botin Foundation, Hammock Residency, and Pirate Camp: Stateless Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale.Besides his artistic  practice, Emilio is also a yoga teacher, translator, community activist and anti- oppression facilitator with Migrant and Queer Youth. His work is represented by Jose de la Fuente in Santander, Spain. Last year Rojas moved to Chicago, where he is pursuing an MFA in the performance department at the School of the Art Insitute of Chicago. He has a BFA from Emily Carr University, in Film Video and Integrated Media and lived in Vancouver, Canada for 8 years, before moving to Chicago.

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