Miguel A. López is a Peruvian writer, curator, researcher and artist whose work investigates collaborative dynamics and transformations in the understanding of and engagement with Latin American politics in recent decades. He has been part of the artists run space and collective Espacio La Culpable in Lima, Peru (2006-2008) and has written about deviant practices, gender dissidence, and queer re-articulations of history from a Southern perspective. He is currently working on a forthcoming book and exhibition at the Lima Art Museum (Nov 2013) on the drag performances and representations by Peruvian-German artist Sergio Zevallos (Grupo Chaclacayo, 1983-1994) amidst the armed conflict between communist subversive groups and the Peruvian government during the 1980s.