“Self-Portrait, Ileana Doble Hernandez” | “Mommy, what is this?” 2019, postcards installation at RIT William Harris Gallery
Ileana Doble Hernandez is an immigrant visual activist from Mexico, who works with photography, video, installation and new media. An artist and an activist, Ileana believes that art has the power to make people care, she uses her practice to promote harder gun reforms and the fair inclusion of immigrants within the American society.
Photo: Lauren Flinner | “circle book doc.” Photo animation: Lauren Flinner
Lauren Flinner is a filmmaker and visual artist based in Boston, Massachusetts. Flinner’s films have been screened internationally. She aims to create work that questions assumptions about textual language, visual representation, and the social constructs these aspects of culture engender.
BCA’s Studio Residency Program provides multi-disciplinary artists with work-only studio space and access to a roster of programs and professional support geared towards nurturing a vibrant and diverse community of artists in Boston.