Jaime Lauriano, "invasão (invasion)", 2017, dermatographic pencil on red cotton, 160 x 310 cm, photo: Filipe Berndt

Jaime Lauriano participates in an art talk

(Austin, US)

Co-organized by CLAVIS (Center for Latin American Visual Studies) and supported by Shannon and Mark HartThis Thursday, Jaime Lauriano, PIPA Prize 2019 finalist, will be part of a talk at the Visual Arts Center on March 12, at 4pm. 

In Austin, Texas, the conversation is free and open to the public. The Brazilian artist was invited due to his studies on “the violent relations maintained between institutions of power and state control, such as the police, prisons, embassies, borders, and subjects, focusing on the ways in which these institutions shape the subjective processes of society”. Through video, installation and text, Lauriano questions the systems of power and historical traumas in an effort to revise history. Rosana Paulino has recently participated in an artist talk at the institution. 

Artist Talk with Jaime Lauriano
On March 12, 2020 at 4pm

Visual Arts Center
2300 Trinity St, Austin, TX 78712
Free and open to public


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