(Port of Veracruz, Mexico, 1991) Artist and archivist. Her work is crossed by the idea of humidity in archives, producing drawings, texts, and radio shows, as well as collaborative and community projects. Since 2020 she works on Mundo Sabana, an itinerant radio program that travels along the Gulf of Mexico searching for pirate stories and local legends through multiple collaborations. Ultimately, the plan is to travel the entire coastline of the gulf, from the Yucatan peninsula to the Florida peninsula. Alejandra Bolaños is a member of the collectives 'Despatriarcalizar el Archivo' and 'Bruma Laboratoria' (a collective that studies and produces art forms linked to the territory and self-preservation in the state of Veracruz, Mexico). Her works have been presented at documenta fifteen's Camp - Arts Educators in Residence, SOMA Summer, and the FEMSA Biennial. She has received support from the JUMEX Foundation, the Patronato de Arte Contemporáneo, and the FONCA. She was awarded the acquisition prize at the Veracruz Art Biennial and the Prince Claus Fund Mobility Award. She is currently a member of secueLA, a school of care organized by Lugar a Dudas, TEOR/éTica, and Capacete.