Tamara Arroyo

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SPAIN, 1972

In Tamara Arroyo work there is an insistence on the habitability of spaces, which leads to a questioning of the “domestication” of the modern inhabitant, the consumption of certain formalisations and objects in the interiors of today’s homes, as well as an autobiographical reference that articulates a discourse on individual and collective memory. She works on a series of drawings, objects, sculptures, photographs and site specifics inspired by objects from our consumer society and urban elements and talks about how our environment and its architecture influence us, distinguishing between the lived-in, experiential or existential space and the physical and geometric space.