Emilio Rojas is a Mexican performance multimedia artist whose works explore the relation between the artist and his audience. His works require the participation of the viewer, in order to set in motion the metaphors that unveil the intricacy of his art. The intrinsic relation with the body has been both his subject matter and medium. Exploring his mental, social and physical limits, Emilio re-evaluates identity, rituals, activism, language, traditions, gender and sexuality. Rojas currently lives in Vancouver, where he is enrolled at ECUAD. His work have been exhibited internationally and he recently participated in the 54th Venice Biennale as part of the Pirate Camp; Stateless Pavilion.