Phoenix Transect Project

Jenea Sanchez

M. Jenea Sanchez in Intermedia artists from Douglas, AZ. Her work places the viewer in a liminal space where contemplation from multiple perspectives is encouraged. She explores the visual, psychological and environmental aspects of borders, landscapes and the image/role of women within dominant and displaced communities. Video, installation, performance and handmade cactus paper exemplify the various approaches used to engage in ideas that stem from Sanchezís mutation of cultural ideologies into new avenues of exploration.

Sanchez is currently an Intermedia MFA candidate at Arizona State University.

Email: mjsanch1@gmail.com
Personal Site: http://mjeneasanchez.blogspot.com/

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Contributor: Jenea Sanchez
Title: Historias en la Camioneta Part 3
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Date: 2010
Keywords: Border, Desert, Interview, Mexico, People, Transportation, Video, All Images

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Contributor: Jenea Sanchez
Title: Historias en la Camioneta Part 2
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Date: unknown
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Contributor: Jenea Sanchez
Title: Historias en la Camioneta Part 1
Description: I grew up on the U.S. Mexico border, and my family and I have used a shuttle service since I was as child to migrate through the landscape to and from larger metropolitan cities such as Los Angeles and Phoenix. When I think about my earliest memories on the shuttle bus, I see my mother immersed in conversations with passengers for hours at a time. As an adult, I find myself in her seat, conv
Date: 2010
Location: Agua Prieta Son, Mexico
Keywords: Border, Desert, Interview, Mexico, People, Transportation, Video, All Images

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