Daniel Rey (b. 1990) is a Venezuelan artist interested in challenging conventional constructs of masculinity and reshaping our understanding of societal norms. His recent work centres around the complexities of identity, queerness, and the interplay between space and queer bodies. His diverse practice encompasses ephemeral installations, performance, painting, and drawing. With a background in architecture, he draws from construction processes to deconstruct fixed identity categories, striving to give visibility to the marginalised communities he identifies and connects with.