HORACIO QUIROZ

MEXICO

IN MAGAZINE NO. 4

Horacio Quiroz´s work reflects his search for strength, developing an energetic tenacity that seals holes and revives emotions due to his self-consciousness. 

 

No doubt, this is an artist who is characterized for his freshness and interest in exploring the human body as a receptive cabin of emotions and the ability to transform himself through catalyst impulses that are activated while feeling and living an experience. 

 

The challenge of self-exploration and manipulation of feelings have become a fundamental part of his pieces, now that he has emerged through a personal process, which has also been therapeutic. 

 

In context it reveals a showcase that presents emotions which take shape by coming out and wrapping his privacy, so that he has found an interpretive tone constructed from a speech related to the story built by each individual since his birth, at the first contact with world. On the other hand, Horacio considers the adult world shapes the mind of a child, whose emotions are conditioned as he grows, this way they become twisted. 

 

How many emotional questions, unresolved problems, intimate interrogations are not sheltered in the depths of the existence?

 

Horacio has made radiographs of these circumstances, especially of those that cannot be told with words and only through drawing and painting can be diluted to be interpreted. 

 

Body and skin are presented in a catharsis evoking the spirit to emerge offering an opening lecture full of dense meaning about his personal life and the process he has been through; this is how the images project a profound impact on those who look at them. 

 

His work demonstrates that confrontation is activated between the interaction point and the adaptation to the adult world finding a definition ranging from vulnerability and courage to follow his path. Therefore, it becomes a devotion to artistic practice as a medium to take out accumulated content through his experiences.

 

Emireth Herrera

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