Adrián Villar Rojas (born 1980 in Rosario, Argentina) is best known for his large-scale, site-specific sculptural
installations. Within his work there is often a sense of crumbling humanity; a futuristic culture come and gone. Villar Rojas' works combine the daunting scale of conventional public sculptures with an unstable fragility, reminding his viewers of the ephemerality of even the most imposing structures. His work demonstrates its own temporality, offering—at the risk of its own oblivion—a representation of the transitory nature of all things.