The work of Cristina Iglesias could be categorized as installation work but I'd consider her accompanying films a key element, making her work multidisciplinary.
Crisitina Inglesias uses metal, steel, stone, wood, and sometimes water to create installation art that evokes human reactions to space but also our connection to nature.
In the film below, Tres Aguas, the viewer is guided through her installation works in the city of Toledo where the city's relationship with water is explored. Water as life sustaining, defense, and spiritual source are all discussed. I'm inspired by how effectively she uses film to further communicate her ideas in a style that goes beyond pure documentary.