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Hechizoo’s solo exhibition, Original Sin, takes you back to once upon a time when humans and nature existed in perfect harmony. There was a delicate balance in which the wind, trees, and rivers worked together; wildlife and plants flourished in unison with mankind, weaving a tapestry of tranquility.

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With an architect’s keen sense of proportion and structure, Lizarazo transforms these textiles into what he identifies as “soft architecture.” The resulting creations redefine the utility of the product, as the materials take on new properties that influence both visual aesthetics and tactile experiences.


Lizarazo’s textiles, being transformational in nature, possess the power to visually and physically alter a space, impacting the senses and environmental conditions. The exhibition becomes a visual dialogue between different epochs, showcasing Lizarazo’s ability to seamlessly navigate the realms of heritage and innovation within the realm of soft architecture.

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Trained as an architect in Colombia and France, Jorge Lizarazo, the founder and creative director of Hechizoo, has developed a truly innovative body of work around textiles. Hechizoo’s creations are a deft mix of tradition and contemporaneity both in their cultural references and design as well as in the materials and techniques used to create them.

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Download the Exhibition Catalog here


About the Artist

Founded in 2000, Hechizoo is a weaving atelier based in Bogotá, Colombia, which produces custom made textiles for rugs, upholstery, window treatments and architectural meshes. The founder and creative energy behind the textiles is Jorge Lizarazo. A self taught weaver, Lizarazo originally studied architecture at Los Andes University. Upon graduation, he moved to France practicing architecture in the offices of Santiago Calatrava and Massimiliano Fuksas. Through these experiences, he was exposed to contemporary architectural trends and innovative construction methods that informed his later work. The inventive use of materials quickly defined the textiles with the ingenious integration of indigenous organic fibers with man made materials such as metal and nylon monofilament.

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