Jorge Mañes Rubio is the founder and director of Seethisway. Graduated from the Royal College of Art London in 2010, his work explores unseen or forgotten places, creating artworks that reimagine and revive these sites as attention-worthy destinations. His practice revolves around socio-political interventions, creating small objects, immersive narratives and installations. His recent work includes traveling along the Yangtze River looking for the remains of the cities flooded by the Three Gorges Dam Project to recreating the story of a little-known Pacific island paradise, destroyed by mining. When he’s not illegally producing unique souvenirs at the top of the Eiffel Tower, he’s creating a fictional micro nation for a troubled multicultural neighborhood in Amsterdam. He is a TED Fellow and recipient of the S&R Foundation Washington Award. Jorge’s work is regularly exhibited in galleries, museums and art centers worldwide, and he’s currently collaborating on a new art project with the European Space Agency.