Is a Mexican-born artist living in New York and working internationally (currently residing in Bishkek). He is primarily known for large-scale murals, paintings, drawings, and sound recordings. He sources American, Russian, European, Canadian and Japanese spaceflight programs, astronomy, and aerospace architecture to create commissioned, studio-based and public artworks for museums, galleries, private and public spaces. Vargas-Suarez has conducted post-studio research at NASA Ames Research Center (Mountain View, CA), Arecibo Observatory (Puerto Rico), Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral (FL), Johnson Space Center (Houston, TX); Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center, (Korolyov, Moscow, Russia) and the Baikonur Cosmodrome (Kazakhstan). His writings have been published by Right Brain Words (New York), Edizioni Charta (Milano) and The MIT Press (Cambridge, MA).