Diego Delas (b. 1983) is an artist from Aranda de Duero, Spain. After studying Architecture and Fine Arts in Madrid, Delas moved to London to obtain his MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art. He is currently a DPhil candidate at the Ruskin College of Art, University of Oxford and is an AHRC awarded scholar. Through the use of site-specific installation, his works revolve around subjective memory and the use of architecture and ornamental programs in storytelling. Recent exhibitions include Cielo y sol dorado de las siesta, F2 Galería, Madrid (2018); Ya no nos impora, Centro Arte Arte Joven Com de Madrid (2018); No siempre que estuvimos/estuvimos, Centro de Interpretación Nuevo Baztàn, Madrid (2017); Fragments of Stale Time, Lychee One, London (2017); A Summer game inside a light stage, Trastero 109, Palma de Mallorca (2016); Agüeros de los nuestros, BARCÙ, Bogotà (2015).