Jennifer Garza-Cuen

Jennifer Garza-Cuen is an artist concerned with the complex weave of social structures, with groups and sub-groups and our continued impulse to categorize and define. As a former expatriate American, Garza-Cuen is primarily interested in American themes: American mythology, empire, society, regions, sub-cultures and their norms and customs as well as ideas of ‘American-ness’ as it affects her own, continuing, self-defining process. Working in a constructed-documentary style she explores ideas of cinematic memory and cultural inheritance.

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Title: Untitled-Woman Submerged
Medium: Archival Pigment Print
Size: 20x25inch
Date: 2014

 

Untitled-Female Solo, Eden, 2014

Title: Untitled-Female Solo
Medium: Archival Pigment Print
Size: 20x25inch
Date: 2015

 

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Title: Untitled-Woman in the River
Medium: Archival Pigment Print
Size: 32x40inch
Date: 2016

 

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Title: Untitled-Girl with Snake
Medium: Archival Pigment Print
Size: 32x40inch
Date: 2016