Join ILS Faculty Fellow and Assistant Professor of Art History Tatiana Reinoza as she examines the prints of Ecuadorian-American artist Sandra Fernández and her appeals for immigrant rights. In recent works such as Caution: Dreamers in/on sight (2013), Fernández finds ways to reinsert the mixed-race body into geographic representations in order to challenge the disembodied projection of port of entry maps. Her work critiques current immigration policy and the racial knowledge it produces on undocumented subjects.
This event is part of a suite of scholarly activities offered by the Institute for Latino Studies throughout Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 – October 15, 2020) at the University of Notre Dame.
All events are free and open to the public.
This event recording is available in the Latino Studies ND YouTube channel.