Zúñiga graduated from the National School of Fine Arts at the UNAM and earned a Masters in visual arts with a specialty in public art, video and performance at the University of California, San Diego. He has focused on cultural management, curation and education. From 2006 to 2009, he coordinated the Lui Velazquez residency program in the city of Tijuana. He coordinated educational services for El Cubo at the Tijuana Cultural Center in 2009. He was educational curator for Public Workshops in Casa Vecina from 2011 to 2013. He is a member of the Platform Art-Education (PAE), with whom he has developed the projects: Mediation Laboratory (Casa del Lago, 2012), Radial: experimental listening situations (Casa Vecina, 2014) and currently forms part of the PAE, a production residency with the theme Document: Memory, Visual Construction and Musical Scores in the Border Cultural Center, which was awarded a grant from the Board of Contemporary Art. Zúñiga collaborated as interlocutor in the presentation of the Ulises Figueroa proposal.