Ximena Atristain López (1978) is an editor and translator who graduated from the College of English Literature at UNAM. Since 2014, she has been working as an editor at the Centro de Cultura Digital de Mexico, and is currently in charge of the editorial coordination of the Center’s editorial collections as well as Revista 404, an electronic publication dedicated to the dissemination of reflections on the uses of technology in various disciplines and fields of study as well as in daily life, and its social and ecological impacts. Since 2016, she is also the director of the book publishing house Lenguaraz.
Multimedia artist, designer and researcher. She is currently studying a doctorate program in Communications, New Media, & Cultural Studies at McMaster. Her practice and research projects focus on audiovisual practices such as visual music, electronic literature, video experimentation, sound art, visualization/sonification, live coding, among others, collaborating with composers, writers, designers, and other visual artists. She is currently a member of the Art Board at the Factory Media Centre located in Hamilton, Canadá, a not-for-profit artist-driven resource centre dedicated to the production and promotion of creatively diverse forms of independent films, videos, and other streaming multimedia art forms.