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Ileana Doble Hernandez
CEF Program Coordinator

Ileana Doble Hernandez’s research-based, socially conscious and interdisciplinary practice includes photography, video and experimental installations with a focus on activism. Ileana creates multimedia projects that explore issues of gun culture, immigration and the imperialistic practices of the United States, from her perspective as a mother and as an immigrant from Mexico, living in the U.S. for more than a decade. Through her postcards installation more than 500 postcards have been mailed to U.S. elected officials advocating for gun control. Since 2020, she’s been collaborating with Imaginary Lines Project, an ongoing socially engaged artistic endeavor that allows people to share their immigration journey through the U.S./Mexico border. Ileana’s works are part of public and private collections and have been published and exhibited in galleries and museums in North America, Europe and Asia. More recently in a two-person exhibition at Fountain Street Gallery in Boston, MA. Ileana is a Studio Resident at the Boston Center for the Arts, a 2023 Boston Arts and Business Council Fellow, a 2021 NALAC Leadership Institute Fellow, and the 2019 College of Art and Design Outstanding Graduate Student from Rochester Institute of Technology.

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