Sergio Beltrán-García is an architect and activist specialized in the construction of truth, justice and memory in violent contexts. He is also a professional editor, post producer and motion animator who works with high-profile artistic and commercial clients. He received his bachelors degree in Architecture with his theoretical thesis “Moyocoyani: The Design of Memory at the Beginning of the 21st Century”, which proposes alternatives for the creation of memorials and public space. He has worked with the Mexico City Government, NGOs and families of victims on the design and construction of the New’s Divine Memorial as Project Lead Designer, commemorating a tragedy where a politically driven police raid caused the death of 12 underage victims. He has written extensively about his work, and has been featured many times in the Media speaking out about his creative endeavors, hoping to contribute through design to a more just and truthful world.
Selected to participate in 2018 Aspen Ideas Festival.