Miguel Monroy, born in Mexico City, is an artist who explores the deconstruction of objects and systems in everyday life through his works in video, photography, and sculpture. He holds an MFA in Art Practice from Stanford University (2020) and a Diploma in Photography and New Media from Centro de la Imágen (2001). Monroy received his BA in Visual Arts from UNAM and has been recognized for his work through exhibitions and cultural spaces in Switzerland, Brazil, Spain, the United States, Belgium, and more. He received the Edwin Anthony and Adalaine Boudreaux Cadogan Fellowship from The San Francisco Foundation in 2018. Monroy presented his project, “Art Heist,” at ZonaMACO Sur in 2016. He has also published the book “Transport Transported” (2012) with the support of Fundación / Colección Jumex. Monroy has participated in artistic residencies in Switzerland (2006), Quebec (2012), and Mexico (2012 and 2015) and has taught workshops and courses in contemporary art in Mérida, Puebla, Mexico City, and California. He currently serves as a full-time professor at the Department of Fine Arts at Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP) and is a member of the FONCA National System of Creators since 2015.