Mariana David (Mexico City) has been coordinator of the alternative art space La Panadería, director of MUCA Roma, UNAM, where she developed the Program The Right to the City, and as a freelance curator, launched an artist residency at the Northern border town of Cd. Juárez. More recently, she worked as coordinator of the Education Program at Museo Tamayo.
She participated in the recently published Art and the Global Economy (University of California Press) edited by John Zarobell. She currently works on a documentary on the relationship between journalism, politics and spectacle in Mexico, and studies a Masters Degree on Socio-environmental Projects at the University of the Environment (Universidad del Medio Ambiente, UMA) in the State of Mexico.