Rafael Lozano Hemmer

He is a Mexican-Canadian artist who explores ideas inspired by architecture, technology, and performance in his work.
His works based on participatory public art have been commissioned for such events as the European Union Expansion in Dublin (2004), the Tlatelolco Massacre Memorial in Mexico City (2008), the Vancouver Olympics (2010), the Raurica Roman Theater in Basel (2018) and the Covid Victims Memorial, Brooklyn Museum (2021).
In 2007, he was the first artist to represent Mexico at the Venice Biennale and has also exhibited at the Biennials of Sydney, Liverpool, Kochi, Mercosur, Istanbul, Havana, New Orleans, Shanghai, Singapore, and many others.
In 2019, his interactive installation “Border Tuner” connected people across the U.S.-Mexico border via bridges of light controlled by participants’ voices.
His work is housed in collections at MoMA in New York, NGV in Melbourne, Tate in London, SFMOMA in San Francisco, MAC in Montreal, Museo Reina SofĂ­a in Madrid, and MUAC in Mexico City

More information on his website.