December 2017

Espacios Particulares, exhibición del programa NODO de No Lugar en Más Arte


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Facebook No Lugar

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Artist Talk, Universidad San Francisco de Quito, COCOA.

I´ve been invited to the Arts Faculty of USFQ in Quito, to show my work and have an open discussion with art students from this School. Friday 1st December.


November 2017

“Almas de Montaña”
Chicago photographic show
350 W Erie St. Chicago, Il.
Invitation Consulate of Ecuador in Chicago

RADIO INTERVIEW “Spanish Public Radio”, based in Chicago.

Invitación muestra2

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October 2017


Mediación: Diálogos con el incosciente, en relación a la muestra “Absorber la ficción”.

Artist guide in relation to my group exhibition “Absorber la Ficción” in CAC-Quito.
Saturday 7th October, 15h00.


CAC´s Facebook

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Article in Spanish: written by Edu Carrera, Curator in Chief of Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Quito.

Apuntes sobre el ciclo de exhibiciones colectivas en el Centro de Arte Contemporáneo de Quito.

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September 2017

Life Hack Curatorial‘ exhibition
Harrow- London
1st September

The exhibition took place on the on the 1st of September as part of a larger group show [South Harrow Contemporary II]  which took place in a family home. This is the list of artists and works exhibited: 
Joshua Byron – i am a sad but hopeful creature
Peter Barnard – Amplification
Bette-Belle Blanchard – BDSM  / AVI
Campbell McConnell – Command F
Brenda Vega – Performative self-technology
Bill Aitchison – China Quick-Fix
Curated by Elliot Hewgill



August 2017

An exhibition exploring glitch art in all its forms
25th August – 1st October
DKUK London – Peckham

Smack My Glitch Up – Exhibition at dkuk in London

Art Rabbit press

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July 2017

Absorber la Ficción (group show)
Miércoles 19 de julio /19h00
Centro de Arte Contemporáneo
Quito – Ecuador

El Comercio Absorber la ficción

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TALLER:  Escritura y performance fotográfico CAMBIO DE FECHAS!

Fechas : 11 – 27 de julio de 2017
Horario: de 17:00 – 20:00
Costo : 65 USD
Inscripciones hasta : 1o de julio de 2017
Docentes : Brenda Vega

Inscripciones : María Cristina Jaramillo 
tel : 2946800 exte (2036)
ara transferencias: Deposito cuenta número 02057017197 PRODUBANCO  a nombre de FLACSO
RUC de FLACSO: 1791036514001.



Entrevista de Radio- Programa Quito Multicolor, Marcelo Dotti.

Archivo de audio.

May 2017


Writing   P h o t o g r a p h s

London College of Communication Project Space
Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, SE1 6TE

An exhibition by students, alumni and staff from LCC’s BA & MA Photography programmes on the relationship of photography and writing – and how photographs are expanded, altered and dissected through text in the gallery context.
. Beverley Carruthers . Victoria Louise Doyle . Ana Escobar . Sabrina Fuller . Alberto Gualtieri . Victoria Jouvert . Jessie McLaughlin . Wiebke Leister . Nassim Rad . Herman Rahman . Ernst Schlogelhofer . Tomoko Suwa-Krull . Jacqui Taylor . Brenda Vega . Agnès Villette . James Wilde .

Private View Wed 3 May 4.30-7.00 with spotlight readings
Open: Thu 4 – Sun 14, Mon-Fri 4.00-7.30, Sat/Sun 2.00-6.00 (not Sat 6 May; Wed 10 May until 5.00)

Fri 12 May 6.00 Responses with Q&A
Sat 13 May 4.00 Tour with Cakes
Sat 6 May 2.00 Panel Debate at Tate Modern


April 2017


We are taking Hangzhou -China with our degree show.
28 April – 15 May
Plus a performance and symposium talk.
Stay tuned!


MARCH 2017

Artist Program in Quito-Ecuador.
Artist Residency/ Scholarship.
February – December 2017.


No Lugar – Arte Contemporáneo tiene el agrado de invitar a la presentación de portafolios y recorrido de la Casa Nodo con los artistas participantes en el programa, los esperamos este viernes 10 de marzo desde las 18h00 en la casa Nodo, ubicada en la calle Juan Larrea N15-53 y Buenos Aires, barrio América.

Nodo es el programa para artistas de No Lugar, que brinda una casa para artistas interesados en participar en una experiencia intensa de producción, discusión y formación. Los nueve artistas participantes, fueron elegidos por un comité de selección conformado por Belén Santillán (investigadora), Ana María Garzón (curadora) y el equipo de No Lugar.

Los artistas de Nodo se tomarán las casa por un periodo de nueve meses, haciendo de este lugar un taller de producción y de exhibición de sus procesos artísticos. Los tutores invitados -artistas, curadores y teóricos de destacada trayectoria, tanto internacionales como locales- realizarán visitas al estudio de cada participante. Este programa, centrado en la práctica de ‘taller de artista’, estará complementado por conferencias, laboratorios, visitas de exposiciones y un seminario de lectura estructurado en torno a textos claves del arte contemporáneo. En el mes de agosto realizaremos el simposio curatorial ‘Estrategias en uso’ con curadores internacionales invitados y en diciembre el programa se cierra con una exposición en Más Arte Galería Taller.

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December 2016

Out of sight
A symposium about photography and performance



November 2016

Degree Show


July 2016

Performance: Empathy Flows

The launch of zine publication I disrupt, untie, I solve – a publication that uses writing, the performative and our relationship with objects to interrogate our connection to both physical and virtual realms. Produced by students from BA (Hons) Culture, Criticism & Curation, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, it includes contributions by: Miriam Eleonora Barosco, Tatiana Ermolaeva and Olga Carpenco, Imogen Harland, Tom Jenks, Alysha Lee, Håkon Lillegraven, Jasmine Parker, Brenda Vega Mora, Jacob Watmore and Rosie Woodhouse.

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More press:
Art Pr

June 2016

Writing Photographs workshop in Photo Monitor

March 2016


26 Caledonian Road
A project by LCC MA Photography alumni, staff and students

2 – 5 March 2016
Private View: Tue 1 March 6.30 – 9pm Opening times: 12 – 7pm
Geddes Gallery, K.C. Continental Stores 26 Caledonian Road, London N1 9DU

Peter Ainsworth, Giulia Astesani, Diane Bielik, Anne Clements, Nicky Coutts, Ed Dimsdale, Ana Escobar, Silvia Gentili, Wiebke Leister, Jessie McLaughlin, Linda Motta, Stephanie Murray, Richard Nicholson, Elisa Noguera Lopez, Liz Orton, Minna Pöllänen, Jessica Potter, Sophy Rickett, Alessandra Rinaudo, Michael Rodgers, Roshana Rubin- Mayhew, Ernst Schlogelhofer, Marcello Simeone, Emma Jane Spain, Paul Tebbs, Brenda Vega, Tessa Williams.

Curated by Magali Avezou, Marcello Simeone and Sayako Sugawara.

26 Caledonian Road is an exhibition of site-specific works to be held in a former deli, K.C. Continental Stores, temporarily renamed Geddes Gallery, in the heart of King’s Cross. This inspiring though the unconventional site for an exhibition, now awaiting a new life after its closure, stands out today with its old-fashioned interior, wallpapers, and the unique combination of public and private areas. The architectural nature of the space and its history invite reflection on heritage, memory, and how sculptural bodies (artworks) respond to, and dwell in, domestic spaces.
By inviting the creation of new works for a specific location, the project also aims at exploring their modes of production, encouraging reflection on the artists’ creative process, the role of external projects in their work, and how these are articulated within their usual practice.
The exhibition features mysterious and anonymous portraits of the former inhabitants and owners of the space; distorted and expanded films aimed at re-activating the site ‘about to disappear’; parmesan cheese wrapped in a photogravure on greaseproof paper, and even a ‘Jungian’ cleansing ritual on the opening day to mark the transition from ́home ́ to ́art space’.
The exhibition is curated by the LCC MA Photography Alumni Group and includes works from current students, alumni & staff. Funded by UAL Student Experience & Engagement Fund.

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, 4pm: curators’ exhibition tours Thursday, 6pm: performances by Ana Escobar and Jessica Potter Saturday: talks and performances
Please check our Facebook Event for details and updates:

LCC MA Photography Alumni Group: Wiebke Leister:

June 2013

Pecha Kucha Night, Quito. Vol. 6
Talk “How Photography took me everywhere”

PechaKucha Vol6


Solo Show “Caribbean Colours” Press in Spanish

July 2011, (post in Spanish)