The NM Contemporaneo gallery and the S of Arts UAEM, invite you to be part of the discussion with the artist in which she talk about their work presented at the NM Contemporaneo gallery, with the exhibition El cuerpo como memoria.
Pamela Zubillaga (. Guerrero, Mx 1984) studied the Master of Arts with CONACYT scholarship at the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Cuernavaca, Morelos (2010-2012) and the Bachelor of Visual Arts in CMAEM, Cuernavaca, Morelos (2004 – 2008). In recent years she has worked as a professor at the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos, CMAEM and La Salle University. Today is dedicated to the production of personal work.
Zubillaga work is self-referential, intended metaphorically describe the emotional states that the body manifests. Her work has to do with the duel established in the bonding of their environment; in this conflict, use the representation of the body as the boundary between the inner and outer world.
In the past two years, she has been working with the representation of human skin as a leading element from painting and drawing. The skin is understood as a symbol of affection and fragility. In her pieces, representing the meat is approached to discuss the abandonment of the body: its fragility, its decomposition, deformation and frivolity we deal with this element belongs to us.