R. Galvan’s studio practice is an interdisciplinary approach to visualize information and represent differences. Researching, journaling and sketching are performative frameworks they use to reveal the space and aesthetic forms for their work. They makes collage, artist books, sculpture and images informed by their interests in found objects, archives and critical reading. Their investigations focus on administration and on the role administrative systems play in the generation of a Latinx subjectivity, queerness, masculinity and knowledge.