(b. Mexico City, 1983) Hernandez has a degree in art history from UIA. He participated in 2007 in the re-adaptation of the curatorial script for the reopening of the Jose Luis Bello and Gonzalez Museum in the city of Puebla. In 2009, he formed part of the education team for the Jumex Contemporary Art Foundation, and was in charge of the coordination of community programs—an area focused on generating processes of symbolic appropriation and civic empowerment in communities with a goal of critical and creative production. Since 2011, he has been in charge of the coordination of the school and academic program of the same institution where he collaborates in the design of platforms for educational experiences within the arts. He has given talks, designed and given courses and written educational materials focused on the importance of partnership in the acquisition of knowledge. Currently he collaborates in the Saberes area of inSite/ Casa Gallina.