Yosi Negrín (Tenerife, 1994) is an architect and artist whose work focuses on exploring the relationship between the virtual and the real. His work investigates the construction of landscape and material reality in our relationship with technology and the digital world. Through moving images, AI, and the simulation of post-natural environments, Negrín produces installations that disturb our perception of our immediate surroundings. His polymorphic practice is developed from the perspective of new materialist ecologies and critical thinking towards the potential futures envisioned by contemporary technological industries.
Negrín's most notable solo exhibitions include "Zona Cero, Cenotafio Digital" at Espacio Cultural el Tanque (Tenerife) and "2020. Wasted Panorama" at Habitación Número 34 (Madrid). His work has been exhibited in institutions such as the Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb (Croatia), Centro Cultural Conde Duque (Madrid), The Clemente (NYC), Maus Hábitos (Porto), TEA (Tenerife), Las Cigarreras (Alicante), and the Venice Biennale of Architecture, as well as in galleries and spaces in Barcelona, Valencia, Palermo, Tehran, and New England. Additionally, Yosi is a co-founder of the Art and Architecture collective Casa Antillón.