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Sisters Lisa and Janelle Iglesias will discuss their artistic collaboration as Las Hermanas Iglesias. Working on opposite coasts, they produce playful work in a variety of mediums, engaging issues including community, feminism, and cultural hybridity. Las Hermanas draw on their identities as the children of Dominican and Norwegian immigrants and highlight relationships between family members as well as individuals in society, tying the personal to larger cultural systems and promoting cooperation and collectivity. Informed by their navigations of fertility, pregnancy, loss, and birth, their Contemporary Project debuts work that explores caregiving as part of a complex network of social issues.  

This conversation will be moderated by Claire Howard, Associate Curator, Collection and Exhibitions. A live Q&A will follow, providing an opportunity for attendees to ask questions.

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