THIS Thurs. Jan. 23, 7-8pm
Austin artist Sandra C. Fernández will present unconventional book forms that incorporate text, nostalgia and other narratives.
Sandra C. Fernández Artist’s Statement:
I have sought to explore the meanings of my own personal history. I grapple in my art with my own past, which included abandonment and exile. But I have also sought to go beyond the merely personal. Intimate narratives of pain, loss, and hope are universal. They are part of the human experience and surface in all eras and cultural geographies. Issues of abandonment, isolation, sexism, political freedom, war, migration and dislocation have for millennia haunted the human psyche. Through the exploration of different media I have sought to confront these issues and communicate my understanding to anyone experiencing my work.
Admission is free at Women & Their Work Gallery, 1710 Lavaca St. Austin 78701, 512-477-1064. The Gallery is open Thursday from 10am – 8pm. Come early and see the exhibition.