Dora Bartilotti is a new media artist based in Mexico where she studied Design and Visual Communication at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, specializing in audiovisual and multimedia. Her work addresses the intersections between art, design, pedagogy and technology. She was co-founder of BINARIO: International Festival of Art, Design and Culture of the New Media (2012-2015) and of the audiovisual performance collective #FFFF (2011-2014). She is also part of Medialabmx, an organization whose objective is the research and development of links between art, technology and society. She is currently a resident at BBVA Bancomer - CCD Immersion Laboratory, and recently at Platohedro –Medellín, as a beneficiary of the Program for Artistic Residences Abroad at FONCA.
Her current work, Voz Pública is an ongoing tactical mediation and participatory art piece based on an internet platform, an electronic textile device and a series of urban laboratories that together seek to form a network of collaborative actions, locally and virtually to address the problem of gender violence in the urban context in Latin America.
Presented as part of the Diversities project, with the support of the Quebec government and the Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores, the Agencia Mexicana de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo, the Dirección Ejecutiva de Diplomacia Cultural and the Consulado General de México en Montreal, in the frame of the 75eme Anniversaire des Relations Diplomatiques entre le Mexique et le Canada.