Donald Guevara is from St. Louis, MO. He received his BFA in Illustration from Columbia College Chicago (2013) and his MFA in Studio Art from Florida State University (2022). Recently, he was selected for the Excellence in the Visual Arts Award and the Jim Boone Endowed Scholarship while attending Florida State University. Guevara is of Indigenous Honduran and American German descent and was raised in a first generation Congolese American family. This early introduction into contradiction, change, cultural differences and amalgamation and the complexities of race and gender drive the work that he creates. His current work explores the in-between liminal spaces and combines digital, 2-D and 3-D collage incising and reassembling materials such as basketballs, shoes, magazine ads and trading cards to create glitched bodies.