Emmanuel Ramos-Barajas is a scholar, educator, and research-based image maker who investigates the possession and consumption of land in US and Mexican art, cinema and visual culture. Working with different imaging technologies, his panoramic collages, experimental videos, and immersive landscapes retell history and imagine different futures—challenging our sight and interrupting the sublime. He is the co-creator and video producer of Unsettling Journeys, an educational YouTube channel dedicated to deconstructing Latinx identities through Art History; as well as the co-curator of Borderless Cultures Film Festival. Currently, he is the Media and Communications Coordinator for The Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University. Previously, he worked at the social media company we are mitú producing video content. He graduated from UCLA’s School of Theater, Film and Television with a BA and is currently completing an MFA at the University of Illinois, Chicago.