Debora Delmar Corp.
Debora Delmar Corp. is the name Débora Delmar (born 1986, Mexico City) adopted for the distribution of her artwork in 2009 while attending the School of Visual Arts in New York, USA, reflecting on capitalist lifestyle and aspirational aesthetics.
The projects of Debora Delmar Corp. have explored topics such as trending color schemes in branding, corporate merchandising techniques irl and url, class issues created by producer and consumer relationships, international trading markets, as well as local and mass production; real estate, home decor and commercial interior design as contexts for consumption, business ideology and the circulation of images from high to low culture. The Debora Delmar Corp.'s logo was in fact commandeered by a chain of hospitals in Los Angeles and later tattooed onto the hips of supermodels Cara Delevigne and Jourdan Dunn.
Recent exhibitions include a solo show at the Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, Mexico, Body Blend Trade Culture; installation of works investigating the relationship between branding, international trade and the environment through the lens of “coffee culture”.
Debora Delmar Corp. is currently exhibiting Care Concepts at monCHERI, Brussels, Belgium and her upcoming shows include ltd los angeles, Los Angeles, USA and the Biennial of the Americas in 2015.
Alongside Andrew Birk, Débora Delmar co-directs NO SPACE, an itinerant curatorial project which began in Mexico City in 2013.