Liz Hernández

  • Liz Hernández’s work often blurs the space between the real and the imaginary and examines the dialogue between inherent and constructed identity through a variety of techniques—painting, sculpture, embroidery, and writing. Her work is deeply influenced by the craft traditions of Mexico, and investigates the language of materials and the different stories they tell. She draws inspiration from a variety of sources including literature, anthropology, syncretism, oral traditions, and her surroundings, focusing on departures from quotidian life. Through storytelling, her work is infused with autobiographical elements, fostering collaborations with family, friends, and her environment.  

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Exhibition Identity by GRL GRP
A Woman You Thought You Knew
11 Apr 2024 – 03 Aug 2024
Liz Hernández

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Liz Hernández’s work often blurs the space between the real and the imaginary and examines the dialogue between inherent and constructed identity through a variety of techniques—painting, sculpture, embroidery, and writing. Her work is deeply influenced by the craft traditions of Mexico, and investigates the language of materials and the different stories they tell. She draws inspiration from a variety of sources including literature, anthropology, syncretism, oral traditions, and her surroundings, focusing on departures from quotidian life. Through storytelling, her work is infused with autobiographical elements, fostering collaborations with family, friends, and her environment.