Lorenzo Sandoval works as an artist and curator, and produces spatial devices that work as narrative machines. Since 2015, he has run The Institute for Endotic Research – which opened as a venue in 2018 – together with Benjamin Busch. His recent research deals with divergent genealogies of the connections between image production, textile making and computation. Sandoval holds a B.F.A and a Masters in Photography, Art and Technology from the UPV (Valencia, Spain). His project 'Shadow Writing (Lace/Variations)' was presented at Lehman + Silva Gallery in Porto and Nottingham Contemporary and he was part of 'Canine Wisdom for the Barking Dog’. In 2019, he was artist in residence at Bisagra in Lima, which resulted in an exhibition at Amano Museum. He is part of Miracle Workers Collective who will be representing Finland in the Venice Biennale 2019.