The review features the Las Hermanas Iglesias work “Chasing Their Ponytails” both in the image accompanying the review and the text.
Tag: Janelle Iglesias
“AXxoN N.” is a group exhibition of works created in response to David Lynch’s 2006 film “Inland Empire.”
With mischief and buoyancy, the works in “Mirror Rim” complicate borders or assumptions about and between mediums.
During this time of political turmoil, the 2019 “BRIC Biennial” offers a look at how artists envision “The Impossible Possible.”
Iglesias’ sculptures and installations investigate how objects mediate social relationships and how objects can be read as having a form of agency.
The artists will create an on-site installation that reveals a rhythmic back and forth dialogue, a sense of play, and an exploration of how ideas translate between different materials.
“Being Here with You/ Estando aquí contigo” brings together work by 42 artists and collectives, including Professor Janelle Iglesias, living and working in the San Diego and Tijuana region.
“Loops at a Spool” features works on paper, created by Las Hermanas Iglesias, alongside textile counterparts that function as visual translations, knit by Bodhild, their mother.
Janelle Iglesias is an artist working with and through objects/materials and their physical language in space. Ranging from simple displays to complex constellations, her work often explores the relationship between humans, capitalism and the natural environment.
Janelle Iglesias, whose work is informed by her background in Cultural Anthropology, will join the faculty for the 2018-19 academic year. Sean Lynch, whose work mines forgotten history to examine contemporary society, will join the faculty for the Spring 2019 semester.