(Zuheros, Cordoba, 1973)
Writer and theorist. PhD in Art, bachelor’s degrees in Social and Cultural Anthropology and in Fine Arts, Political Philosophy studies and master's degree in Creativity. Her essay books focus on a critical study of contemporary culture and feminism, as well as the creation and policies of network identity; work that has been awarded prizes such as the Premio Anagrama de Ensayo award and the Premio El Estado Crítico award for El entusiasmo. Precariedad y trabajo creativo en la era digital (2017); the Premio Málaga de Ensayo award and the Público de las Letras per (h)adas award. Mujeres que crean, programan, prosumen, teclean, (2013), among others. She is also author of the books Ojos y capital, Los que miran, Despacio, Un cuarto propio conectado, Lo mejor (no) es que te vayas and Netianas.