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Mauricio Muñoz (b. 1993, Tijuana) explores elements of pop culture to analyze the power dynamics, often racist and classist, within queer communities. Their artwork primarily takes the form of performance, video, painting and immersive installations. They have had solo exhibitions at the Centro Cultural Tijuana and Biquini Wax EPS, and their work has been included in group shows at kurimanzutto; the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; and the San Diego Art Institute.

In 2018 they received a BA in Communication Studies from the Universidad Autónoma de Baja California. They are the co-director of
Deslave, an artist-run space based in Tijuana, where they have worked on curatorial projects for Human Resources (Los Angeles), Material Art Fair (Mexico City), Swab Art Fair (Barcelona) and SEVENTH Gallery (Melbourne). In 2019 Muñoz was named as the mexican emerging visual artist of the year by La Tempestad magazine.