Join us in this studio visit with Héctor Zamora through an special interview I had with him and a profile about his practice in general.
Recently, I visited Héctor Zamora (Mexico City, 1974) in his studio in Mexico City. We talk about works of art, the space that holds them and the role of the spectators. Most of Zamora’s work is focused on the powers and possibilities of spaces, whether they are public, urban, natural, architectural or institutional. In this conversations, he point out the power of art. In this conversation, Zamora underlines the ability of art to symbolically influence people’s thinking. From his point of view, works of art are never genuine or innocent, that is, their form of representation in the world is destined to establish relationships of thought and knowledge.
Studio Visits has always been a way to enter into the artist’s worlds. Into the studio, into the mind. It is also an experience in which the artists gives free entry to us to their thoughts and creative processes. Through this visits, we can share a more intimate approach to the artists we consider the most interesting nowadays.
Join us in this studio visit with Héctor through an special interview I had with him and a profile about his practice in general.
Interview: click here
Profile: click here