1204 Avenida Juan Ponce de León
San Juan, San Juan, 00907
Puerto Rico


The practice of Ricardo Morales-Hernández(b.1980) consists in drawing a personal, political and cosmic story. He uses analog, digital and biological media with a main focus in extemporal drawing. Known for his paradisiac imagery evoking musical systems that reminisce the natural surroundings of the colony of Puerto Rico. Historical relations can be traced from: primitive markings, medieval marginalia, neo-expressionism and post-digital aesthetics while at the same time questioning the dominant discourses of contemporary art. He deserted studies in Media Arts, Religion and Social Sciences and been recipient of AIR–CPW- Andy Warhol Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts and Center for Image Science in Austria among others. Currently he works from San Juan, Puerto Rico.


Rocksteady project is a visual journey that uses expanded drawing, crowdsourcing, research and modelling to arrange analog, physical and historical imagery to contribute a big story. The process is a community oriented, open-end form in which traditional art forms are intertwined with digital media and narratives techniques.





This can no longer be true. "Serious" scientific dudes talking about tecno-pumped eternity. But it is. Disparate sons of the machine willing for prolonging life in the cyberworld. They call everyone that don't stick to the line terrist. Sceptic. Retrograde. Plain a simple: Upgrade yourself. The same principle of the serpent in the garden. The same pretensions of Hitler in a first or second citizenship. Darwin delusion of survival of the fittest in a world of survivalists. What remains? Materialism, new age-gnostic ethos and Second Life.