Alejandra Haro (b. 1997, Mexico City). Since she was a little girl, she has had talent and fascination for working in creative things. She always loved making fantasy a reality by painting, creating 3D models and more. She realized that the future lies in technology and that is why she wanted to focus on developing those fantasies with a physical and digital mix. Thanks to that she studied Interaction and digital media at Centro de diseño, cine y televisión university, where she was able to learn to transfer her art to virtual media, creating new areas in which to develop. Nowadays she works in an agency dedicated to experiences where she can create elements of augmented and virtual reality worlds and interactive art, combining digital and physical mediums, and she keeps traditional painting as a hobby in her free time. Alejandra Haro believes our imagination is the limit and with creativity, art, and technology we can make dreams come true. Fantasy doesn't have to stay like that, we can make it happen with our ideas. When she thinks of limitless, extraor-dinary, greatness she sees space and imagination. Both equally infinite. With this piece she intends to show that we all have infinite creative freedom that allows each one of us to explore that immense space, growing new ideas and expanding each of the galaxies our mind has. The pirate of the southern skies intends to push the viewer to abandon the patterns traditionally accepted as norms to be followed. An astronaut is the protagonist of this canvas, and mushrooms-which seem to have sprouted from his body-are the antagonist that creates confusion and mystery. A combination of elements that together one is not used to seeing and that in this space atmosphere manage to coexist in a balanced and harmonious way.