Yosi Negrín Ruiz (Tenerife, 1994) is an architect, artist and curator. His work investigates the existing and obscure link between the virtual and the real, focusing on how the construction of landscape and material reality are formed in relation to our knowledge of technology and the digital. Negrín’s architectural background has led him to employ several media such as moving images, 3D imagery, ready-mades, and diverse simulations of the post-natural environment, producing installations that play with and disturb built nature and our perception of space. Currently, Negrín explores how technology shapes not only our vision of reality in the present, but also how it unfolds in space-time, giving rise to the possibility of imagining potential futures. His polymorphic practice is developed from a critical and ecological point of view, shifting between the possible scenarios where the prevailing techno-capitalism's agents operate. Among his most outstanding solo shows are "Zona Cero, Cenotafio Digital" or "2020, Wasted Panorama". His work has been exhibited in institutions such as Museum of Contemporary Art of Zagreb (Croatia), Conde Duque Cultural Center (Madrid), Maus Hábitos (Porto), TEA (Tenerife), Las Cigarreras (Alicante), the Architecture Biennale (Venice) or in galleries and spaces in Barcelona, Valencia, Palermo, Tehran and New England. Negrín is also co-founder of the Casa Antillón Art and Architecture collective.

He is now represented by Lava Art Project runned by Belinda Martín Porras & Paula Ramos Mollá working between London and Amsterdam.