His work is a direct product of his inspiration, which includes urban conditions, the chaos of city life, awkward moments, skateboarding and the working class. Using a pen and brushes to draw, his process begins by constructing an environment from photographs. Figures are then conceptualized and added to fit his vision. The result creates a beautiful and complex tension between humankind and the urban landscape.
For this show Zamora will be working on a community interactive installation project. An edition of 200 of Zamora’s screen-prints will be traded with the public for objects that will then be used to create a sculpture that is reflective of his recent paintings. In other words, Zamora gives participants a print and takes what they are willing to hand over, be it junk, or something of great use, hence the show’s title “Give and Take”. Objects of significant size will be greatly appreciated. This installation is intended to be about items we accumulate over time that are collected and experienced. The resulting collaborative sculpture will be unveiled at the opening of the show.