Erandy Vergara is a Ph.D. student in the Doctoral Program in Art History at McGill University, specializing in Contemporary Media Art and Postcolonialism. She has participated in numerous curatorial projects, among them Curating Mexican Video Art: A Historical Survey held at the Laboratorio Arte Alameda as part of the exhibition Memory: New Media in Mexico (2010) and Heart, Arte Electrónico at VIDI_FESTIVAL 06 at La Sala Naranja Gallery in Valencia, Spain. She co-curated the video programme Videomix: Dancing at La Casa Encendida Gallery in Madrid, Spain (2006) and The Image Outside of Time at Antimatter Underground Film Festival at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada (2005). She has been guest lecturer at numerous round tables and symposia in her home country, Mexico. In 2008, she was granted the Abner Kingman Fellowship in Arts from McGill University.
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