Alberto Alejandro Rodríguez (Havana, Cuba. 1995) A visual artist currently based in Barcelona. His work has been dedicated to rethinking what can be considered cultural heritage in architecture and urbanism, which has led him to study and represent different typologies of places, specifically those that have been left aside in society. His interest resides in questioning how the history of these spaces influences their morphology and our perception of them. Rodríguez’s work spans through a wide range of creative disciplines including drawing, painting, sculpture, artist’s book, video and installation. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts “San Alejandro” and from the University of the Arts (ISA), Havana, Cuba and is currently pursuing a Master’s Degree in Artistic Production and Research at the University of Barcelona (UB), Spain. He has participated in group exhibitions at important and distinguished Galleries and Contemporary Art Centers in Cuba, USA and Spain among them: “Wilfredo Lam” Contemporary Art Center, Havana; Collage Habana Gallery; Center for the Development of Visual Arts in Havana; 532 Thomas Jaeckel Gallery, New York; Viladot Foundation, Barcelona; Center for exhibitions and documentation of contemporary art Casal Solleric, Palma de Mallorca. He has held several personal exhibitions, including “Inventario” at the Ludwig Foundation in Cuba; “Heterotopia” during the 13th Havana Biennial and, most recently, “Destruktion” at 532 Gallery Thomas Jaeckel, New York, USA. His work has been published in “The Brooklyn Rail, journal of arts, culture and politics”, “Hypermedia Magazine” and “CdeCuba”.