Maximiliano Cervantes is a lens-based artist investigating the borderlands of the Rio Grande Valley Texas. His collaborative images with his father reveal labor tradition within the domestic relationship between a father and son. Additionally, Cervantes works with the political landscape en La Frontera making visible issues of immigration and labor with the use of google maps and surveillance aesthetics. Cervantes holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. During his time at SAIC, he received the Fred Endsley Memorial Fellowship, Deans Grant, and a Merit Scholarship. Recently Cervantes was in LensScratch as one of The Top 25 to watch, and his works are in “Untitled 2019” by Work/Play Press that is available at Printer Matter, Inc.