Born in Mexico City, 2009 and lives in Mexico City

TRES is an art research collective that focuses on exploring the implications of public space and garbage, in particular, garbage as a physical and conceptual residue with political and material implications. Their projects draw upon different disciplines in order to generate processes and frameworks to ponder the aesthetic and social consequences of garbage. Classifications, physical descriptions, analysis of its biological residue, amongst others, are performed on the materials obtained out of their scavenging hunts. Unlike many contemporary artists who turn residual and leftover matter into works of art that will be engaged in financial transactions, therefore leading to the transmutation of its value, for TRES it is vital that these materials remain in their found state: garbage.

Ubiquitous Trash: Hong Kong Edition
Connecting Space Hong Kong will host Ubiquitous Trash, an exhibition on the process of continual scavenging...
03 Jul 2016 - 11 Jul 2016
Connecting Spaces Hong Kong
TRES: Ubiquitous Trash
Puerta Roja supports Mexican art collective TRES, winners of the WMA Commission and their exhibition...
21 Jul 2016 - 10 Sep 2016
Puerta Roja
Punk. Sus rastros en el arte contemporáneo
Punk is an attitude of discrepancy and rebellion against the economic, political, social and cultural...
26 Nov 2016 - 26 Mar 2017
Collectors Cabinet
With this summer group show Puerta Roja celebrates its 7th anniversary since its foundation. Bringing together...
Art Spaces
Puerta Roja
Galleries in Hong Kong