Mexican-born sound and visual artist. She has a degree in music and literature from the Universidad de Guadalajara. Ph.D. in Art, Universidad Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain (2007), where she focused on the role of sound in art since its inception in the 19th century through its evolution as an independent art practice by the second half of the 20th century. Within these studies, Sánchez places emphasis on soundart and examines in her thesis the radio plays of Samuel Beckett linking them to the radiophonic art that emerged in the mid-20th century.
Sánchez has been invited to participate in diverse art residencies, including the Círculo de Bellas Artes de Madrid (2001) and the International Artist-in-Residence at Artpace (2006). Her work has been exhibited in international shows such as The Dallas Center for Contemporary Art (Dallas), Gran Teatro de La Habana, (Havana), Centro de Cultura Contemporànea (Barcelona), X-Teresa Arte Actual (Mexico City), and MUCA/Museo de Ciencias y Artes (Mexico City).
Her sound work has been included in major sound art festivals such as Zèppellin Sound Art Festival (Spain), Bourges International Festival of Electronic Music and Sonic Art (France) and Festival Internacional de Arte Sonoro (Mexico). Additionally, Sánchez has produced commissions for Arteleku/Audiolab in San Sebastián, the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, and recently, at the National Library La Ciudadela in Mexico City.