IRENE PEREZ HERNANDEZ

B. 1977
LIVES/WORKS IN LONDON

Hernandez’s practice is based on the notion of line, motion and space which seeks to redefine the relationship between sculpture and object. Her works challenge the conventions of sculptural semantics, seeking to wrest new meanings from historically-coded aesthetic materials and traditional formal protocols.

Hernández's enduring subject is the status of the commodity in late-capitalist cultural expression. As commodity-culture transmutes all objects and relations into exchangeable units of value, the artist is intent on revealing the parody of process, frequently positioning simple, seemingly-mundane objects in situations alternately poignant and absurd by which poses larger questions about appropriation, self-determination and power relations.

Born in Valencia, Spain, Hernandez graduated with a Masters of Fine Arts from Goldsmiths College, London in 2008 where she currently lives and works.

PRINT CV

Hook Up (2016) Aluminium lithographic plate, steel and plastic, 78 (h) x 43 (w) x 16 (d) cm

Hook Up (2016) Screen print on aluminium, edition of 10, 59 x 42 cm enquire about this work

Combination With Repetition Series: Wall (2014) Griclee Hahnemühle photo rag 308 gsm, Edition of 5, 59 x 84 cm enquire about this work

Out of the Loop Series Porcelain: Urban Cloud I, Arrangement I (2013) glazed porcelain 88 x 66 x 7 cm enquire about this work

Domestic Interaction Series: Sofa and Lamp (2012) stop motion, 16 sec loop

Greater Loop series (2011) Painted steel and objects

Greater Loop (2011) Painted steel and wooden stood

Loop Series 3 (2010) Painted steel, 33cm diameter 35cm diameter

Green Air Circle (2008) photograph on aluminium, 80 x 64 cm Edition of 5. Collection of Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

NEWS

HOOK UP, IRENE PEREZ HERNANDEZ solo debut in GLASGOW

Fabulous new series of sculpture by Irene Perez Hernandez will debut at Six Foot Gallery, in Glasgow until the 21st of April view images

PEREZ HERNANDEZ takes on Residency at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge UK

Using the Cambridge 'brand' as a place where students are fabricated and offered 'hope for the future', Hernandez will research, direct and feature current students as 'tailor-made' consumer products exploring institutions of higher learning and their place within consumer society. Fast>>Forward>Students