Pedro Jiménez (1981) inhabits in ZEMOS98, a cultural mediation cooperative based in Seville. He has a degree in Audiovisual Communication and studies in education. He has been responsible for programming and coordination in all editions of the ZEMOS98 Festival (1999-2015). Among his current responsibilities is the coordination of the PLANEA network of Art and School promoted by the Daniel and Nina Carasso Foundation and the participation in talks, debates, workshops on Expanded Education, Social Innovation, Audiovisual Remix and Cultural Policies.
As an audiovisual creator, he has co-directed Peatón Bonzo (the documentary) among other works. National INJUVE Award 2003, he has participated in exhibitions such as "the attachment of borderhack 2.0" or "big b[o]ther" at the Walker Art Center in the USA. Since 1996 he is part of the live audiovisual remix collective Los Voluble, with which he has participated in festivals such as Sónar, Bienal de Flamenco, Monkey Week or Periferias.