Mark Anthony Hernandez Motaghy operates between architecture, urbanism, art, and new media. His practice concerns itself with issues around technology, cultural production, and powers embedded in image-making. 

Under the ethos of "fake it ‘till we die,"  Mark runs a collaborative design practice If So Then. The strategy of faking it often takes the form of method acting, using fiction to explore alternative futures in a whimsical and playful manner.

He also recently co-launched the monthly event Labor Party, where he is exploring alternative models of spatial production focused on ways of working and playing together. Through this, he hopes to learn together new ideas for collective authorship, forms of interrelated stewardship, and care.