Edgar Moza is a multidisciplinary artist originally from El Salvador. He lives in New York City where he works as a senior designer. His pieces depict mental illness, identity, and generational trauma using a bold, childlike color palette. Whimsical entities, animal totems, and abstractions are stand-ins for diseases of the mind. His work has been featured in various spaces in New York City, including Parlour 153 Artist Salon, SK.Artspace, The Living Gallery, The Wrong Biennale, Conception Arts, and Dupont Underground in Washington, D.C.