Adrián Villar Rojas’ large scale, site-specific installations radically disturb the sites he engages with to create new, temporary worlds. ‘I like to think of myself as a parasite that generates traction and reflection on, in and with its host,’ he says. Villar Rojas challenges deliberately edited historical timelines, and ideas of territory and control. He questions the right and ability of museums to record and present culture accurately, and intentionally designs works that are difficult to recover or recreate.