Radio GAMeC 30 – New podcast with Héctor Zamora

Discover the new episode of Radio GAMeC 30, the new season of the museum’s radio station dedicated to the last 30 years of history. Héctor Zamora talks about the Border Wall between Mexico and the United States (1993). Hosted by Lorenzo Giusti.

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Héctor Zamora (Mexico City, 1974) is a visual artist. His works transcend conventional exhibition space to reinvent space itself, starting from a series of reversals and contrasts, such as those between public and private, external and internal, organic and inorganic, or even real and imaginary.
In 2020 Zamora received the commission for a sculpture to be temporarily placed on the roof of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The work, 
Lattice Detour is an undulating brick wall, thirty meters long, that many has interpreted in relation to the barrier of separation between Mexico and the United States. For this and other reasons we decided to turn to Héctor Zamora to talk about old and new barriers, the public space and future.