Erandy Vergara is an independent curator, a PhD candidate in Art History at McGill University, and a recipient of the Doctoral Fellowship from the SSHRC and the FQRSC. Her research interests include contemporary and media art, feminism, global art histories, Latin American art, curatorial studies, postcolonialism and critical race studies. Her writing has been published in books and journals including: “The Routledge Companion to Remix Studies” (2014) and “[Ready] Media: Towards an archeology of Media and Invention in Mexico” (2013). Some of her curatorial projects include “Continegent: Only if Participation Occurs, held at Studio XX in 2014; “Parallel Visions” held at the MadLab Manchester, U.K., and “Curating Mexican Video Art: A Historical Survey,” held at Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City.
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