Invasive Species: Landscapes by Justin Boyd, Adriana Corral, and Joey Fauerso

About Invasive Species: Landscapes by Justin Boyd, Adriana Corral, and Joey Fauerso

Justin Boyd’s work explores Americana and the American Landscape through installations, sculptures, videos, and sound pieces, in search of what he calls, “true American spirit and inspiration.” Boyd is the current Chair of the Sculpture and Integrated Media Department at the Southwest School of Art, has been a recipient of an Artist Foundation Grant, Artpace Travel Grant, was a finalist for the Arthouse Texas Prize, and has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions nationwide.

For more information on Justin Boyd, see his artist page.

Adriana Corral’s installations, performances, and sculptures are solicitous composites of research, politics, and universal these of loss, injustice, concealment, and memory. Corral has received numerous awards including Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture at the International Sculpture Center. Her work has been shown nationwide, notably at Grounds for Sculpture in Trenton, NJ, National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago, IL, The McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, TX, and David Shelton Gallery in Houston, Tx.

Joey Fauerso’s video work playfully projects her take on nature, culture, and gender. She has exhibited her work nationally and internationally, with recent shows at David Shelton Gallery in Houston, TX, the Centro Cultural Border in Mexico City, and Western Exhibitions in Chicago, IL. Fauerso has received grants from the Golden Foundation, Texas State University, and Dallas Museum of Art. She is currently an artist in the “Open Sessions” exhibition and curatorial program at the Drawing Center in New York, and is an Associate Professor of Studio Art at Texas State University.