Stefan Benchoam is an artist and curator with a strong interest in collaboration. He has had solo exhibitions in La Casa Encendida, Madrid (2013), The White Cubicle Toilet Gallery, London (2011) and La Loseta, San Juan (2011), and has participated in numerous international group exhibitions. Benchoam has also curated and co-curated exhibitions in a variety of alternative project spaces and institutions. He is also Co-Founder and active member of the Buró de Intervenciones Públicas [Bureau of Public Interventions], a collective that develops low-cost high-impact interventions in various cities worldwide. He is Co-Founder and Director of Proyectos Ultravioleta (2009), a multifaceted platform for experimentation in contemporary art, based in the heart of Guatemala City, and together with Jessica Kairé, he is Co-Founder and Co-Director of NuMu (Nuevo Museo de Arte Contemporáneo) which opened in 2012 and is Guatemala’s first, and only, contemporary art museum.