Erandy Vergara-Vargas

Erandy Vergara-Vargas is a curator and scholar focusing on media and contemporary art. Her main research interests include feminism, global art histories, curatorial studies, and postcolonialism, with a particular interest in the strengths and downfalls of science and technology, internet cultures, and the aesthetics and ethics of participation. She earned a MA at Concordia University and a PhD in Art History at McGill University. Recent shows include Critical Proximity: Something About Human Connections That Can Happen When There Is A Fissure (Oboro, March 15 - May 14 2021) Eva and Franco Mattes: What Has Been Seen (Fondation Phi pour l’art contemporain, November 2019-March 2020) Speculative Cultures: A Virtual Reality Art Exhibition, curated with Tina Sauerländer (Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Gallery, Parsons School of Design, New York, 2019).

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