Darsha Hewitt


Darsha Hewitt’s practice is situated across new media and sound studies and largely grows out of empirical experimentation with obsolete technology. As a way to better understand the confounding ways that humans treat one another and how we engage with ecology, her work critically investigates the materiality of the machines, processes and practices of technology that consumer society throws away.

Irene Pérez Hernández’s works challenge historical sculptural conventions, focusing particularly on questions of materiality and form. Her works activate seemingly mundane objects, placing them in circumstances that are alternately poignant and absurd, posing larger questions about power dynamics, autonomy, and modalities of cultural and material circulation. 



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