School of Art
Associate Professor, Studio Arts
The spectral quality of memory creates a temporal shift between past and present. Wrestling with his recollections of how things were and how things are represents hopes and dreams never actualized. The house remains stuck in time but moving rapidly forward through decay. Ultimately, it will disappear at some point in the near future. Juarez’s studio practice employs photography, painting, collage, video, installation, and digital mediation in broad terms. His role as visual artist is to document-archive-translate. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums including the Milwaukee Art Museum (Milwaukee), Haggerty Museum of Art (Milwaukee), Palazzo Trevisan degli Ulivi & Rio Terra San Vio (Venice), Aspex Gallery (Portsmouth), Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (Los Angeles), Everson Museum of Art (Syracuse), and Gallery 400 at University of Illinois-Chicago (Chicago).
- M.F.A., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
- B.F.A., University of North Texas
Graduate and undergraduate studio practices, art theory, and artist writing.
- Graduate Seminar 1: Theory and Ideas
- Graduate Seminar 3: Graduate Thesis
- Graduate Seminar 4: Graduate Exhibition
- Graduate Critique 1: Practice in Visual Arts
- Archive as Art (Graduate, Undergraduate Studio Intensive)
- Artists Who Write (Graduate, Undergraduate Arts in Context)
- Thinking Through Images (Graduate, Undergraduate Studio Intensive)
- LA Turner Semester Residency