Gustavo Romano is a Buenos Aires-born contemporary artist who works in a variety of media including installations, actions, net art, video and photography. Many of his projects are presented in various stages of preparation, at times even cross-branching into new projects. He uses media and technology devices as well as objects that pertain to our everyday life, decontextualizing them in an attempt to oblige us to rethink our familiar routines and preconceived notions. He has participated in Videonale 11, Bonn (2007), the I Biennial of the End of the World, Ushuaia, Argentina (2007), Transitio MX, Mexico (2007), the I Singapore Biennale (2006), the VII Havana Biennial (2000), the II Biennial of Porto Alegre, Brazil (1999) Madrid Abierto (2009-2010). He was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship in 2006.