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Rodrigo Hernandez Gomez was born in the Anahuac (Mexico City) and raised near Cuicuilco, he is of Nahua descent and currently lives in Glasgow, Scotland. He graduated in 2010 from the MFA program at York University. His installations, new-media work, wearable art pieces and performative projects have been presented internationally, including contributions to the Hemispheric Encuentro in Sao Paolo, Brazil the National Museum of Art, La Paz, Bolivia and the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Toronto. In 2013, he was a co-organizer of the Decolonial Aesthetics Symposium in Toronto. Rodrigo is a founder member of AYOTZI 68; a cultural organization for supporting hemispheric indigenous sharing in contemporary art, radical education and food sovereignty movements. As a member of La Lleca Collectiva (Mexico City), E-fagia LA media arts (Toronto), AYOTZI 68 (Vancouver), and in his ongoing collaborations with other artists, Rodrigo is committed to a critical, intellectual and collective artistic practice.