Contributors

Luisa Fuentes Guaza

Luisa Fuentes Guaza is an independent researcher focusing on emancipatory processes and ruptures in artistic and curatorial practice, particularly from Central America. She is also an activist for emancipated motherhood (Centro hacedor de futuridades maternales) grounded in feminist theory and was organizer of “Hacia nuevas maternidad y crianzas: cuerpo, trabajo y deseo” [Towards new motherhood and upbringing: body, work and desire] at Voces Situdas 7 at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Fuentes Guaza holds a PhD in Anti-Colonial Feminism from the Universidad Autónoma in Madrid, a degree in Law, and a Master’s degree in Intellectual Property. She was a finalist in the Visiting Scholars and Fellows Program of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University (2018–2019 cycle).