Amor Muñoz (Mexico City, 1979). 

Amor works across textiles, performance, drawing, sound and experimental electronics to explore the relationship between technology and society, showing a special interest in the interaction between material forms and social discourse. She is particularly interested in how technology affects fabrication systems and how manual labor and handcrafts are changing in a contemporary global economy. Her research is focused on the history of technology, language systems, technological obsolescence, appropriated technologies, handicraft and production systems. Her process is linked to DIY strategies and the Maker movement.

Amor studied Law at the UNAM and at the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts. She is currently a member  of The National System of Art Creators in Mexico, funded by the Culture Ministry.  She has been an artist in residency at the Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale, Norway; at Kultur Kontakt, Vienna; at Bauhaus Dessau, Germany; and at Google Arts & Culture, Paris. Her work has been shown at museums, galleries and Biennials such as 21 Haus, Belvedere (Austria); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SFMOMA (USA); MUAC- University Museum Contemporary Art (Mexico); Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile, CHAT (Hong Kong); The National Art Center, Tokyo (Japan); OK Center (Austria); Havana Biennial (Cuba);  Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (Spain) Laboratorio Arte Alameda (Mexico) and Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade (Serbia). His work has received various awards and honorable mentions in competitions and biennials such as Prix Ars Electronica, Japan Media Arts Festival, Cuenca Biennial, Mentes QUO + Discovery Channel among others. Her work has been documented and published in different media such as New York Times, ARTE Journal, Deutsche Welle, etc.