Lola Lasurt

Duelo por la España Negra, 2018 Duelo por la España Negra, 2018 Lola Lasurt Lola Lasurt Duelo por la España Negra, 2018 Duelo por la España Negra, 2018 Duelo por la España Negra, 2018 Lola Lasurt Lola Lasurt Lola Lasurt Lola Lasurt Lola Lasurt Lola Lasurt Lola Lasurt Donació, 2015 Donació, 2015 Donació, 2015 Donació, 2015 Donació, 2015 Donació, 2015 Lola Lasurt, Javier Peñafiel Lola Lasurt, Javier Peñafiel Flag dancing moves, 2015 Flag dancing moves, 2015 A Visit to the CP Nel Museum with Mo, 2015 A Visit to the CP Nel Museum with Mo, 2015 A Visit to the CP Nel Museum with Mo, 2015 A Visit to the CP Nel Museum with Mo, 2015 Exercici de Ritme (sobre el monument a Francesc Layret), 2014 El Partido. Mujeres casadas contra mujeres solteras, una iniciativa de Manuel Ramírez, barman del Club Federico García Lorca, Bruselas, 1976, 2014 El Partido. Mujeres casadas contra mujeres solteras, una iniciativa de Manuel Ramírez, barman del Club Federico García Lorca, Bruselas, 1976, 2014 Infinite South-African Placards, 2012 Infinite South-African Placards, 2012 Infinite South-African Placards, 2012 Infinite South-African Placards, 2012 Infinite South-African Placards, 2012 Demanding human rights for women at the graffiti wall in Johannesbourg. The South African Women’s Health Book, Cape Town, Oxford University Press, 1996 (Infinite South-African Placards), 2012 Amnèsies, 2011 Amnèsies, 2011 Amnèsies, 2011

Barcelona, 1983

Lives and works in Barcelona

 

Lola Lasurt’s artistic activity focuses on painting and video and many times also on collaborative processes that confer a universal projection, to her works of a more personal character.

 

The project about the ‘des-time’ can be understood as the analysis and the questioning of a time period, previous to hers. This is one of the main axis of her work, that frequently uses as a starting point elements from the material and aesthetic culture, that reveal behavioral patterns and ideological parameters of a determined era.  

 

Her pieces revolve around the themes of the memory and the oblivion, the nostalgia and the amnesiac need. Lola Lasurt is interested in the historical individual time and its relationship with the guidelines of the hegemonic culture and the construction of collective symbols.