Gabriela Luna is an editor, promoter, logistics manager, public relations professional and style corrector.
Her training in philosophy of science gave her the tools to justify and promote the value that engulfs each of her actions: the love for knowledge. Dedicated to research, contents and the construction of networks to develop new projects, Luna believes that knowledge is the disciplined search of it and must, necessarily, be transmitted. She worked for 8 years at the International Poster Biennial in Mexico A.C. where she was responsible for curating poster collections and publishing books related to design as a discipline applied to other fields. She has also written for the Arocena and Franz Mayer Museum, Siglo XXI and other institutions about design and literature. She constantly develops new projects such as the relaunch of the ExtraDesign Magazine, commemorative programs such as Trace of Uneasy Sleep, Perpetuity of the Musty Hearts, At Tea Time, among others, the anthology Animal Geometry and the Verbajes literary club. Currently, she produce a program of promotion to the reading, The Hare Told Me.