Mexico City, 1981. Architect, artist, and professor, Christian del Castillo earned a master’s degree in architecture, UNAM, specializing in analysis, theory, and history, centered on Mathias Goeritz’s contribution to mid-twentieth-century architecture in Mexico. Del Castillo coauthored La Guía Goeritz (Arquine, 2015) and wrote Rastreando lo moderno, arquitectura en el Centro Histórico de la Ciudad de México 1930–1960 (Casa Vecina: Fundación del Centro Histórico de la Cd. de México, 2017). He is currently a professor at the Universidad de la Comunicación. He was accorded the 2014–15 FONCA Young Creators Grant (Architectural Design category) for his project “Posibilidades de una arquitectura de emergencia.” In 2014–15, he was visiting artist at the Mexican branch of the LaAlvaca resident artist program in Puebla, where he developed the Ciudad Expandida project in collaboration with Nina Fiocco and Rogelio Sánchez. He coordinated the curatorial program Microurbanismo at Casa Vecina (2013–17). He has been a frequent collaborator of La Tempestad, Folio, Folio Diario de Diseño, Arquine, Vocero, Tierra Adentro, and El Asunto Urbano magazines. He currently coordinates special projects and works as a liaison at the Centro ADM, an institution dedicated to the production, education, and promotion of contemporary art, photography, digital and publishing media, as well as encouraging interdisciplinary knowledge. Christian del Castillo collaborated with InSite/Casa Gallina in the discussion and feedback session about Cynthia Gutiérrez’s proposal.