Rodolfo Peraza is a Cuban-born multimedia artist, based in the US. His research focuses on the public space, both virtual and physical, as well as in DataVis of matters related to Internet culture and its footprint in society.
He is the founder of Fanguito Estudio in Havana, a VR lab for the development of browser-based VR technology. Recently, he also created MUD Foundation which purpose is advancing the relationship between art and digital technologies with artistic and educational programs.
Peraza holds a Masters degree in Visual Arts from the Higher Institute of Arts in Havana, Cuba. His work has been vastly exhibited internationally in places/events such as, SIGGRAPH 2017, Los Angeles California, 2017; the Pérez Art Museum Miami, Florida, 2017; the Wifredo Lam Center for Contemporary Art, Havana, Cuba, 2016; the XV Havana Biennial, 2015; Künstlerhaus, Vienna, 2013; the Jumex Collection, Mexico City, 2008; among others. He is represented in the AGO Museum, Toronto Canada, and the JUMEX permanent collections. Among other recognitions, he was given the 2016 WaveMaker Grant from Cannonball, for the project Pilgram: Naked Link 2.0, a 2D visualization of the physical internet infrastructure that connects the US and Cuba.