Rodrigo Nicolas Albornoz (Argentina) is a Visual Artist, Media Artist and Social Art Researcher based in Sweden, with a BFA from Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and an MFA from Konstfack University of Arts, Crafts & Design in Stockholm, Sweden. The main interest of his work involves questions about the life of marginal societies, indigenous communities, backyard cultures or peripheries to Western European culture. Based on his personal experience of displacement from South America to Europe, he critically engages those realities as a ‘social emergency’ for which decolonial options are needed. Currently working with the problematics of informal labour in colonial countries, his previous works include:Deambulando (2020) Mobile sculptures for public space, award for the XXI International Biennial of Santa Cruz, Bolivia; and Purification Lab (2019) multimedia art installation, referring to social injustices in the illegal use of forced labour in narcotics production.