Ernesto Solana (B. Guadalajara, 1985) is a Mexican artist based between in Savannah, GA and Guadalajara, MX. He works in different mediums like photography and installation. His artistic practice is parallel to his research and explorative trips around the suburban belts of many cities in the US, Mexico, Northern Africa and the Netherlands. In his images, Solana captures the consequences of urbanization, colonialism, the capacity of political abandonment and the narrative qualities that decadent objects within these environments have. Solana recently presented his solo show Taxon Drift in Non-fiction Gallery, Savannah, GA, and has been part of groups show like As to Be Inaudible at C/O Berlin, Berlin, Germany curated by Jörg Colberg; Salon ACME, in Mexico City, and Indocumentados in Guadalajara. He recently published his book titled Systema Artificialis where he explores the consequences of the “Anthropocene” and the new forms of relationship between the notions of humanity and nature. Solana studied at ICP in New York and got his International Limited-Residency MFA in Photography on 2018 at the University of Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut.