The work of Gustavo Prado employs sculpture, drawing, performance, photography and video to explore the manifold aspects of space. 
In the Measure of Dispersion series (2014-2016), industrial metal structures with concave mirrors typically used to expand a driver’s field of vision create something akin to an “anti-camera,” which rather than fixing a moment or image of that which stands before it, reflects a fragmented body simultaneously located within different points in space, obfuscating the viewer’s perception of themselves and their surroundings as an integral and idealized whole. 
Prado is also an editor and co-founder of Jacaranda Magazine. He lives and works in New York.