Irene Pérez Hernández is a sculptor working across a wide range of media. Her works frequently explore the territory between sculpture and performance and seek to challenge historically-coded associations between materials and contexts. Rooted in an interest in the interaction of line, motion and space, she produces sculptures and installations that interrogate the quotidian rituals of domestic life inscribed in the fragile social and political landscape of late capitalism. Her performative works often involve repetitive acts or rhythmic presentations of visual images. Installations responding to, or encoding meanings in, specific spaces are also a key component of her expansive aesthetic project.