Hector Gomez is a NYC based artist.

Born in 1989 to Mexican immigrant parents, Hector spent most of their childhood in the family-owned clothing production factory in Echo Park, Los Angeles. They also spent that time taking pictures with a One-Step Polaroid camera, documenting their family's lives.

With a family background in textiles and an interest in photography, Hector studied at the Academy of Art in San Francisco working with both contemporary and historical photographic processes, as well as photography based sculpture. Hector currently resides in Queens NY, exploring textile weaving techniques, sound production, and binary code.

Hector's work investigates decolonization, interconnectivity, duality, and how that relates to their queerness. The work varies in mediums and disciplines as a way to invoke a limitless process. The work is a byproduct of connections and conversations had.