Currently based in Brooklyn, New York, Jesús Hilario-Reyes (born 1996, San Juan, Puerto Rico) is an interdisciplinary artist with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts Studio from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Recently engaging in programs like ACRE Residency, Redline, and Industry of the Ordinary, Jesus Hilario-Reyes has exhibited and screened nationally and internationally, most notably at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Black Star Film Festival and Mana Contemporary. While situating their practice at the crossroads of sonic performance, new media, and expanded cinema, their iterative works largely probe at themes surrounding; slow violence in regards to the familial, the failure of technical optics and the reverb of cultural dissonance.