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Mauricio Patrón Rivera

(Mexico City, 1984) Researcher, writer, and communicator. He holds a PhD in Hispanic Studies from the University of Houston. He completed the Independent Studies Program of the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), specializing in critical theory and museum studies. Mauricio has worked around water and its defense since his bachelor's thesis Entrevistas sobre el uso estratégico del agua y la biodiversidad en México. He has written texts for projects such as the exhibition Waters, Rivers and People. He also works in strategic communication for movements in defense of water and territories. Together with Ana Emilia Felker, they are part of the Topote de Acahual collective since its conception in 2020. In 2014, they created the collective Tepetongo. Balneario Crítico, which developed several exhibitions and activities around ecology, queer theory, and critical cartography in Mexico City.