Ernesto Oroza | Centro Habana, from the series Architecture of Necessity, 2005 | Chromogenic Photographic Print (c-prints)
Ernesto Oroza
Ernesto Oroza | Alamar, from the series Architecture of Necessity, 2005 | Chromogenic Photographic Print (c-prints)
Ernesto Oroza
Ernesto Oroza | Centro Habana, from the series Architecture of Necessity, 2006 | Chromogenic Photographic Print (c-prints)
Ernesto Oroza
Ernesto Oroza | Luyanó, from the series Architecture of Necessity, 2012 | Chromogenic Photographic Print (c-prints)
Ernesto Oroza
Photo: Glexis Novoa
Ernesto Oroza

Ernesto Oroza

Born in Havana, Cuba, 1968; lives and works in Aventura, USA

My work involves a series of research projects concerning relationships between vernacular practices and the typologies of architectural and design objects. My main goal is to understand and engage with material culture and production processes, particularly new practices that come out of urban areas resistant to official or established protocols. I am interested in texts, structures, functional objects, spaces, and methods for the dissemination of my research using similar tactics of vernacular practice to activate and invent. In general, my work is diagrammatic, an effort to map the dynamic models of new relationships that vernacular practices develop and regenerate within their contexts.

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