Alfredo Salazar-Caro,

(Mexico City, 1989)

Alfredo Salazar-Caro‘s work exist at the intersection of Portraiture/Self-Portraiture, installation, Virtual Reality, Video and Sculpture. Recently his work has focused on exploring the way that Virtual simulation can affect someone’s perceived reality, for example by creating simulation in which one is forced to endlessly roam in a desert until death.

Other examples include simulations of dreams/dreamscapes and memories as well as videos of extreme fantasies fulfilled digitally. Alfredo hopes to one day live forever as a computer simulation.

His work has been exhibited in cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, London, Berlin, Amsterdam, Caracas(Venezuela), Shiraz (Iran) and Mexico City among others and has been featured in publications such as Leonardo, New City, Art F City and Creators Project.

He lives and works between Mexico City, New York, Chicago and the Internet.

Border Crossing Beta 2.0, (2015)

Installation, software



Grecco brother's portrait (2015)

3D scanning, software, video



∞RE∆LITIES, (2014)

Software, 3D/2D prints, video



Grave tomb Diego Rivera, (2016)




Magick Coatlicue computer, (2016)





Cybershrine, (2016)





DiMoDa Teaser #4, (2015)





Sin título, (2014)

.gif, selfie


Interview for [Anti]materia