Hisae Ikenaga

Hisae Ikenaga 
In partnership with Acción Cultural Española (AC/E)
Dates: November 26 – December 22, 2013
Mexico, 1977 | Lives and works in Madrid

Half-Mexican and half-Japanese, Hisae Ikenaga, presents processed industrial made objects to create contradictions in their functions. She has a constant will of transformation to point out the processes in the materials. In some of her works, she proposes the use of “global objects,” objects purchased in international chain stores, to manipulate, arrange their parts in different ways and create new opinions about everyday life circumstances. The instruction manuals of these objects are also used to open new windows to see transformations on paper. Ikenaga studied Fine Arts in Mexico City and completed postgraduate studies in Kyoto, Barcelona and Madrid. She has exhibited works in Cuba, Germany, Japan, México, among other countries.

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