Federico Pérez Villoro is an artist and educator living and working between New York and Mexico City. His work explores the materiality of language and impact of technology in socio-political behavior. It often takes the form of digital artifacts, prints, performances, texts, and educational programs. Federico holds an MFA from Rhode Island School of Design where he now serves as a part-time faculty. In 2016 he was an artist in residence at California College of the Arts, where he taught in the MFA Design program. He has lectured and acted as a visiting critic at schools including CalArts, Parsons, and UConn. His work has been exhibited internationally and recognized by institutions such as Printed Matter, FONCA, and the Walker Art Center. In 2016, he developed Second Thoughts, an educational program on contemporary art and design, with Alumnos47 and Museo Tamayo in Mexico City. He is a co-founder of (human) learning, an itinerant seminar on technology and aesthetics that has been hosted at P! in New York, Art Center/South Florida in Miami, and Zona MACO in Mexico City.