Lecture by Nacho Zamora, visiting artist in Sculpture

Date: 

February 8, 2013 - 6:00pm

Location: 

Room 240, Art Building West
http://www.uiowa.edu/%7Emaps/a/abw1.htm

Contact Name: 

Niebuhr, Annette L

Contact Phone: 

+1 319 335 1376

Nacho Zamora is an entrepreneur, a curator of public art, and the Director of The Solar Artworks Project which is based in Dubai. Zamora recieved a Master's Degree in Artistic Production with a focus on Public Art at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) and is currently completing his PhD. In 2009, Zamora started the Solar Artworks Project to promote works of solar art as a clever investment in public art and the urban landscape. These projects combine art, architecture, design, and science with a common objective to create new aesthetic spaces within urban landscapes while promoting ecological global awareness.


"I believe in a change of the model of society inspired by renewable energies. This change can take part in our daily lives through works of solar art. These projects demonstrate that solar power can be beautiful and integrated within architecture."

Zamora was a speaker at The European Union Sustainable Energy Week (Brussels) in 2010 and as a organizer in 2012. He also spoke about his work at the International Symposium of Electronic Art in Istanbul 2011 and the International Environmental Congress in Valencia 2011. Zamora's most recent project is a collaboration with the Great Lakes Bay Regional Alliance in Michigan to create the first international exhibition of works of solar art in October 2013.