Alejandro Medina (b. 1995) is an artist from Guatemala working across architecture, sculpture, photography and drawing. Currently based in Los Angeles, California.

Medina’s work explores the entangled relationships between biological organisms, technical artefacts and social institutions; reflecting critically upon the human exploitation and manipulation of living systems, non-human beings and the biosphere at large. Medina’s research and work draws largely from his interest and ongoing studies of systems theory, geometry, ecology, computation and cognition.

Medina holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Southern California (2018) and a Master of Science in Art, Culture & Technology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2023).