Fabian has bachelor’s degree in archaeology and master’s degree in design, information and communication, specializing in interaction systems.

Fabian participated in archaeological, research and interdisciplinary projects such as app design, video game design and development. He conducted app design research, which was presented at the 20th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Collaborated in creation of two entrepreneurship projects and was a mentor at TechnovationGirls Guanajuato, 2021.

As a speaker participated in more than 50 conferences, forums and congresses at national and international level.


Topic: Object theory. Theorizing material culture through the media act, signification and habitus. Case study: Reclusorio Preventivo Varonil Norte de la Ciudad de México.


The main objective of the presentation is to make a contemporary archeology of violence analysis from a material culture point of view. This includes violence that appeared in Mexico during President´s Felipe Calderon administration and comprising from 2006 to 2012. I began with a hypothesis that significance of objects is mediated for a significance of violence interpersonal (according to the characteristics of each prisoner) and contextual (being the prison space naturally violent). So, objects that reproduce and mediate within the prison previously have violent significance, so that determines a culture of violence. To do this I start with what I call Object Theory, which is based on ontological studies from the media law proposed by McLuhan (1990), the semiotics of Charles S. Peirce (2012).