Join 2016 ICP-Bard student Ivana Larrosa at the MFA Studios for her solo thesis exhibition, I Am Not Your Mother.
I Am Not Your Mother takes the viewer on an ascendant spiral from reality to the imaginary, making you wonder what you see and relish what you don’t. Through fragmentation and perceptual looping in video performances, photographs and photo-based sculptures, I Am Not Your Mother destabilizes narrative and resists grounding in its topsy-turvy world. Exploring identity through the body and its limits, my work investigates the impact of my permanent double vision on my experience of space. I embrace this disjunction in a spirited, playful way, finding eccentricity and humor in breaking with the stereotypical female roles of the traditional Spanish Catholic family.
Ivana is a visual artist from Spain living in New York. She holds a BA in Media Studies and Mass Communication from University of Navarra (Spain) and is currently pursuing a Master of Fine Arts at International Center of Photography-Bard College in New York City.
Her work has been shown at many venues in the United States including Umbrella Arts Gallery (New York, NY), The Center for Fine Art Photography (Fort Collins,CO) and Castell Gallery (Asheville, NC). Internationally she has exhibited work at Espacio Aglutinador (Havana) and Project Space Kleiner Salon (Berlin). Other relevant exhibits in Spain include the National Museum of Sculpture, the Archaeological and Ethnographic Soler Blasco Museum, and Galeria Sicart. She has received grants from Lluís Carulla Foundation, Passanant Foto and Museum of Tortosa, and numerous international photographic awards including "Ramon Aloy", Winner, 2013, and Camera Club of New York, Annual Juried Competition, Honorable Mention, 2015.
February 18 | Thursday | 6–10 pm
Vermouth With The Artist
February 19 | Friday | 12–4pm
February 19–20 | Friday–Saturday | 12–7 pm
February 21 | Sunday | 12–5 pm
The ICP-Bard MFA Studios are located at 24-20 Jackson Avenue in Queens. Take the E or M train to Court Square-23rd Street, 7 or G train to Court Square, or the B62 Bus to Jackson Ave/David St.