Santiago Borja (Mexico, 1970) est diplômé d’architecture de l’Université Iberoamericana de Mexico et titulaire d’un master en théorie et pratique de l’art contemporain et des nouveaux médias obtenu à l’université Paris 8. Il a également participé à différents programmes académiques à Central St. Martins, Londres, et au National Arts Centre, Mexico.
Son travail se base actuellement sur la croisée de l’art, de l’architecture et de l’anthropologie. Parmi ses projets les plus emblématiques : Site for Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye (Poissy, France), Fort Da/Sampler (Neutra-VDL House, Los Angeles), In the Shadow of the Sun (IMMA, Dublin), Divan at the Freud Museum (Londres), Décalage (El Eco Experimental Museum, Mexico), Halo (Pavillon Le Corbusier, CIUP Paris) et récemment A Mental Image pour la Sonneveld House à Rotterdam, sa participation à la Biennale d’architecture de Chicago 2015 et une installation à la Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation à Taliesin West, Arizona. Il a reçu le support de diverses institutions, notamment la Jumex Foundation/Collection, la Graham Foundation (Chicago) et la Marcelino Botin Foundation (Santander, Espagne). Il est membre de la SNCA-FONCA.

Santiago Borja, (Mexico City, 1970) graduated in architecture from the Iberoamericana University in Mexico City and completed a Master’s degree in Theory and Practice of Contemporary Art and New Media at the Paris 8 University, France. He has also participated in several academic programs at Central St. Martins in London and the National Arts Centre in Mexico.
His current work is based on the intersection between art, architecture and anthropology. His most emblematic projects include Site for Le Corbusier’s Villa Savoye in Poissy, France, Fort Da/Sampler in the Neutra-VDL House in Los Angeles, In the Shadow of the Sun at the IMMA in Dublin, Divan at the Freud Museum in London, Décalage at the El Eco Experimental Museum in Mexico City, Halo in the Le Corbusier Pavillon, CIUP Paris. He is currently preparing A Mental Image for the Sonneveld House in Rotterdam, his participation in the 2015 Chicago Architecture Biennial, and an installation at the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation in Taliesin West, Arizona. He has received the support of numerous institutions including the Jumex Foundation/Collection, The Graham Foundation in Chicago and the Marcelino Botin Foundation in Santander, Spain, amongst others. He is currently a member of the SNCA-FONCA.