Miguel Braceli is an artist and researcher. His work incorporates social practices and educational models through media such as performance, installation, video and photography. The bulk of his work has consisted of large-format, ephemeral works in public space, performed as interventions and exhibited in countries including Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Spain, the United States and Venezuela. His awards and recognitions include the Young Artist Principality of Asturias Award (2017), the 2017 International Artist Prize and the 2014 Emerging Artist Award from the International Association of Art Critics; and a Banesco Hall Youth with FIA / XVII Edition Prize (2014); among others. He has led a number of educational, organizational and participatory projects with different institutions, such as the MoMA, the American Embassy, Matadero Madrid and the Museum of Fine Arts in Caracas. He currently resides and works in the United States, while completing postgraduate studies in Fine Arts at the Maryland Institute College of Arts through a Fulbright grant.