Nayeli Vega is a Berlin-based artist. She holds a bachelor's degree in Product Design from Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana in Mexico City and a Master's degree in Textile and Surfaces Design from the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin . Her interests include technology, open-source software, social justice, ecology, intersectional feminism, and speculative design. Vega's artistic practice investigates the links between digital and analog mediums, such as digital 3D modeling and 3D printing, weaving, and other textile techniques. Her artistic research in the digital field is currently supported by the Berlinerchancegleicheitprogramm (BCP) and the Weißensee Kunsthochschule Berlin (KHB).
SELECTED EXHIBITIONS / PRESENTATIONS
2022Holland Festival/FIBER, Amsterdam, Ne.
Stretching Materialities. Tieranatomisches Theater Berlin. Matters of Activity-Humboldt University. Berlin, Germany.
Salon Sophie Charlotte. Berlin-Brandenburgische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Berlin, Germany
India Art Fair. New Delhi, India
2021All Connected. Dutch Design Week. Eindhoven, Ne.
RAISIN. 6018 North Art Space. Chicago Architecture Biennial, Chicago, USA.
DesignFarm Berlin Anniversary and Beyond. Berlin, Germany
Salon Mexicano de Ultramar. Mexican Embassy in Germany. Berlin, Germany
K(not) a Conversation. Communication through Knots and AI Systems. Vorspiel-Transmediale&CTM
Codes in Knots. All Goods. Virtual Space-Exhibition of NL Embassy. Dutch Design Week
Fire is the air the Poet breath(es). Vorspiel-Transmediale & CTM. Lacuna Lab. Berlin, Germany
2016Lactivation Exhibition #1. SPEKTRUM. Berlin, Germany
Inside Bodies. Performance. Festival Atonal Gender. Costume designer.Berlin, Germany
2022Sensing Digital Memories. The Whole Life Academy-Haus der Kulturen der Welt.Berlin, Germany
2021Creative hubs - Creative FLIP. Lacuna Lab. Ambassador of Change Program. Pilot policy project
co-funded by the European Union.
2018Textile Stories between Mexico City and Berlin.
A Window to the realities of Repairing and Open Workshops in Mexico and Berlin. RONDA Mx-Berlin.
Coordination and Research..Intercultural project funded by Regional Office for Development Cooperation of the country (LEZ)-Berlin Senate
AWARDS & GRANTS