Paulina Lasa

Paulina Lasa, Merolico, 2006, performance
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Short Biography

Born 1980, Mexico City/Lives and works in Mexico City

Paulina Lasa’s public interventions and performances feature her interest in hope and optimism as subjects. Lasa has participated in various collective exhibitions including: “Declaraciones,” Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid; “A Place in Time,” Tobin Building-Camp Street, San Antonio. Her solo shows include: “I´m going to change the world,” ART&IDEA, New York (2007); “Voy a cambiar al mundo,” Aldaba Arte, Mexico City (2007); “Voy a cambiar al mundo,” Santiguo, Torreón, México (2007); “Monsters´ Ink,” ART&IDEA, Mexico City (2006). Lasa received the first prize for best documentary at the AluCine festival 2006 in Toronto. Since 2004, Lasa has been part of the Bordermates collective, with whom she produces events in public spaces and collaborates with emerging artists. Lasa studied Visual Arts at the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas, UNAM.

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