Vida Zamora

Documentarist and Writer delving into the intricate tapestry of intersectionality, dialect, and historicity through an unyielding lens firmly rooted in resistance and dissent.

Vida’s practice, per se, weaves through the complex tapestry of intersectionality, dialect, and historicity with an unyielding lens of resistance and dissent. Their ethos embodies stark materialism, dissecting dominant discourses on race, gender, and class in the Americas. 

Vida challenges entrenched roles through direct action, democratizing mediums for marginalized voices through their processes. Advocating for "Kuxlejal" life-affirming processes, their voice spans disciplines, drawing from decolonial and socialist theories.

00 El Régimen del Mirar

DEUS:   088/26812—81
REX-13: 978-0882681/283
Seeing is a political act at "La Parada" of Williamsburg, NYC. Seeing is dislocated, adapted, and transformed through doctrine, relation, and difference. Arbitrary seeing (a discipline of the West) is reclaimed: a river is an errant water, borders oscillate, and therefore a map is always anachronistic. From this made obsolescence, a blank canvas for radical imagination emerges and is used to shrug off what has been given for what has been always already here.

Updated 11/27/2023 by Vida Zamora