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Pedro Lasch’s Vita: Pedro Lasch was born and raised in Mexico City. Since 1994, he divides his time between Durham (NC), where he teaches art, art theory, and visual studies at Duke University, and New York (NY), where he leads on-going projects with immigrant communities and art collectives, such as 16 Beaver Group. His solo exhibitions include Open Routines/Rutinas Abiertas (Queens Museum of [...] Read on...
Sophie Hope’s Vita: Through her work, Sophie tries to inspect the uncertain relationships between art and society. This involves establishing how to declare her politics through her practice, rethinking what it means to be paid to be critical and devising tactics to challenge notions of authorship. Since co-founding the curatorial partnership B+B in 2000, Sophie has gone on to pursue her independent practice, with [...] Read on...
Sophie Hope / Pedro Lasch: Art & Labour Summit: Cultural Workers, Artists, Students, and Interns Meet to Organise, Name Names, and Coordinate Demands Download Text and Links as PDF (82KB) Read on...