Exhibitions, Presentations & Publications


2018    Gestural Minimalism. The Storey Gallery, Lancaster UK. Exhibition part of a practice-based research project to obtain the degree of Doctor of Philosophy at the Lancaster Institute of Contemporary Arts. (6 – 11 July 2018).

2017  Chromatic Continuum. ArtLife Gallery. Venice, Italy. (18 Feb – 10 March 2017).

2015  Pixels. PhD Confirmation Panel. Bowland Anexes Building, Lancaster University UK. (20 – 25 Sept 2015).

2015  Icons. Intervention with paintings and talk at the St Paul’s Church, Lancaster UK. (14 April – 9 Dec 2015).

2014  Platonic Solids: Un/Folded. The Dukes, Lancaster UK. (4 – 31 August 2014).

2013  Icons. Round Church, Cambridge UK.(30 Sept – 11 Oct 2013).


2020  Illuminating the Self. Hatton Gallery, Newcastle UK. (20 Jan – 10 May 2020).

2015  Inbetweenness. Storey Gallery, Lancaster UK. (24 – 28 Nov 2015).

2014   Fass Building Exhibition. Lancaster University, Lancaster UK. (Dec 2014 – to date).

2013   MAMFAMA. MA Final Show at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge UK. (26 Aug – 13 Sept 2013).

2013   Incunabula. In collaboration with Changing Spaces, Cambridge, UK. (29 Apr – 05 May 2013).

2012   Golden Fractal.  ScienceXchange fair, Cambridge UK. (27 Oct 2012).

2010    Orgánica de la Materia. Centro Cultural Casona Nemesio Antúnez. Stgo, Chile. (08 – 30 Jul 2010).

2008    Casa de lo Matta Studio. (20 – 23 Nov 2008).

2008    Late Gallery. Buenos Aires, Argentina.(May 2008).

2007    Norte Blanco Building. (06 Oct – 04 Nov 2007).

2003    Colour Woodcut Workshop. Art Faculty PUC, Santiago, Chile.

2002   Art Student PUC. Art Faculty PUC, Santiago, Chile.


Rioseco, M.  (2019) ‘La pintura como un proceso intensivo para la actualización de registros afectivos y perceptivos de un espacio liso’. II Coloquio REELD&G. Palacio Baburizza, Cerro Alegre, Valparaíso, Chile (2-4 de Octubre).

Bingley, A., Rioseco, M. and Rose, E. (2019) ‘Displacement, Trauma, and Visual Art: Migrating Landscapes’. Conference paper abstract and presentation. The Tenth International Conference on The Image, Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK. (5-6 September 2019).

Bingley, A., Rioseco, M. and Rose, E. (2019) ‘Art of Recovery: Migrating Art’. Conference paper abstract and presentation. ‘Building Bridges’ in Applied Arts and Health, Education and Community conference 2019. Wolverhampton University (6 -10 August 2019).

Rioseco, M. (2019). ‘Painting as an intensive process for the actualisation of affective and perceptive registers of a smooth space’. Conference paper abstract and presentation. 12th Annual Deleuze & Guattari Studies Conference, Royal Holloway, University of London (8 – 10 July 2019). 

Rioseco, M. and Rose, E. (2018). ‘Art of Recovery: Deterritorialisation and Transition’. Conference paper abstract and presentation.Ninth International Conference On The Image 2018.Baptist University, Hong Kong. (3rd – 4th November 2018). 

Rioseco, M. (2018). ‘The war Machine: Teaching Art Non-representationally’. Conference paper abstract and presentation. Deleuze and Guattari Studies 11th Conference 2018. Campinas, Brazil.(25 – 28 Jun 2018).

Rioseco, M. (2018). ‘Following Cotton Fabric, Oil Paint, Plastic Bags and Tissue Papers’. Conference paper abstract, presentation and publication. 9th SAR – International Conference on Artistic Research. University of Plymouth, UK (11 – 13 April 2018).

Rioseco, M. (2017). ‘Chromatic Continuum: Painting as a Plane of Consistency’. Conference paper abstract and presentation. Deleuze Studies 10th Conference 2017. Toronto, Canada.(19 – 21 Jun 2017).

Rioseco, M. (2016). ‘From Form to Action: A Deleuzian Approach to Painting’. Conference paper abstract and presentation. Deleuze Studies 10th Conference 2016. Rome, Italy. (11 – 13 Jul 2016).

Rioseco, M. (2016). ‘Visualising an Ontology of Transformation’. Conference paper abstract and presentation. Lancaster Social Science Intellectual Party – Summer Conference 2016.(27 – 28 Jun 2016).

Rioseco, M. (2016). ‘Complexity & Deleuzian Philosophy Performed Through Painting’. Conference paper abstract and presentation.Lancaster Postgraduate Conference 2016. (7 May 2016).


Rose, E., Rioseco, M. and Bingley, A. (in reviewing process) ‘Artmaking in participatory migrant research: A Deleuzoguattarian perspective in narratives of recovery’, Journal of Action Research.

Rioseco, M. (2019). ‘Woven Brushstrokes’. Front Cover ImageIn Villegas, I. and Espinoza, D. (2019) La creación artística en artes visuales en Chile, y sus formas de investigación: el caso del sistema universitario. Santiago, Chile: Facultad de Artes PUC.

Rioseco, M. (2019). ‘Minimalismo Gestual’. In Villegas, I. and Espinoza, D. (2019) La creación artística en artes visuales en Chile, y sus formas de investigación: el caso del sistema universitario. Santiago, Chile: Facultad de Artes PUC.

Rioseco, M. (2019). ‘Entropy’. Heading Image in Chapter. In Sholtsz, D. (2019). Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Feminism. Bloomsbury.

Rose, E., Bingley, A., Rioseco, M. and Lamb, K. (2018). ‘Art of Recovery: Displacement, Mental Health, and Wellbeing’. Arts. 7, 94. 

Rioseco, M. (2018). ‘Atoms Waves’. Front Cover ImageDeleuze and Guattari Studies Journal. 12, 3 – 2018.  

Rioseco, M. (2018). ‘Following Cotton Fabric, Oil Paint and Plastic Bags’. Proceedings of 9th SAR – International Conference on Artistic Research.  11-13 April 2018, University of Plymouth, UK. 

Rioseco, M. (2018). Gestural Minimalism: Developing a Pictorial Model in Light of Deleuzoguattarian and Enactive Theories. Unpublished PhD Thesis. Lancaster University.

Rioseco, M. (2015). ‘Entramado Digital: La Imagen Digital como un Sistema Complejo’(June 2015). Pensar en Fotografía. Digital Magazine. Photograph group Art UC. https://pensarenfotografia.wordpress.com/

Rioseco, M. (2013). Complexity in Art: Through the works of Marcel Duchamp and Maurizio Cattelan. Unpublished MA Dissertation.

Rioseco, M. (2008). Restauración De Tres Pinturas de Caballete en el Taller TareaUniversidad de San Martin,Buenos Aires. Unpublished Post-grad Dissertation.

Rioseco, M. (2004). A sewing work as an Entropic System. Unpublished BA Dissertation.