Derzu Campos (1980, Mexico; lives and works in Mexico City and London) received his MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London in 2015. His work explores apocalyptic scenarios through a mixture of science fiction and underground culture. In his installations and video works he presents a static world dominated by fear that is starting to collapse and liquefy into toxic gunk, where remains of the past that haunted history are finally redeemed. Recent projects and exhibitions include De Regreso a la Isla at Fundació Palma Espai d'art, Palma, ES; Guilt Complex at Biquini Wax, Mexico City, MX; Do the Hokey Cokey at Arterial, Mexico City, MX; Between 9:00 pm and Home, Chalton Gallery, London, UK. Grants and awards include: Jovenes Creadores fund, National Funds for Culture and Arts (FONCA), MX; Deutsche Bank Award for Creative Enterprise (shortlisted), Deutsche Bank, London, UK; Goldsmiths Enterprise Award, Goldsmiths, University of London, London, UK; Foreign Studies fund, National Funds for Culture and Arts (FONCA), MX.