(b. 1971, Mexico City) is an artist and cultural activist who has presented her work in Mexico and abroad. Her recent project, Afectxs ciudadanxs (2016), includes the production of participative cultural interventions that focus on the emotions and affects that cross over, regulate, and define women and non-normative bodies through her interaction with others and the powers that surround them and legislate them. Wolffer was the co-founder and director of Ex Teresa Alternativo, part of Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (1994-1996). She was also the advisor of the Coordinación de Difusión Cultural de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (2004-2007), and academic coordinator of art, culture, and justice: representations and alternating performativities of the Programa Universitario de Estudios de Género (PUEG) de la UNAM (2011). As an independent practitioner and promoter of contemporary art, she has organized exhibitions and artistic events, as well as created and conducted cultural television and radio shows. She has also given courses, workshops, and received diplomas from ten universities, museums, and artistic spaces. Her writing has been published in cultural magazines, newspapers, and books. Wolffer has been distinguished with the Artraker Award for Social Impact (United Kingdom, 2014); Commended Artist by Freedom to Create (Singapore, 2011); and received the Medalla Omecíhuatl otorgada por Inmujeres DF, Institute of Women in Mexico City (Mexico City, 2011); among other grants and recognitions.