Luz María Sánchez (Mexico) is a transdisciplinary artist, writer, and scholar. Her books include Sonar. Navigation/Exploration of Sound in the XX Century Contemporary Art Practices (Spanish. UAM: 2018), Electronic Samuel Beckett: Cochlear Samuel Beckett, (Spanish. UAM: 2016), The Technological Epiphanies of Samuel Beckett: Machines of Inscription and Audiovisual Manipulation (Bilingual. Fonca/Futura: 2016). Among the curators that Sánchez has worked with are Amanda de la Garza, Amada Cruz, Yuko Hasegawa, Ryszard Kluszczynski, and Morten Søndergaard/Peter Weibel. Sánchez’s work operates in the political sphere. Her artworks have been presented at ZKM, Karlsruhe; WRO Art Center, Wroclaw; Centro de Cultura Contemporánea CCCB, Barcelona; Illinois State Museum, Chicago; Museum of Contemporary Art, Bogota; and in Mexico City at the Laboratorio de Arte Alameda, Museum of Modern Art, and Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo MUAC. Sánchez is the recipient for an Honorary Mention on the category Digital Communities at Prix Ars Electronica 2020.