Research Professor of Art, Art History and Visual Studies
B.F.A., Cooper Union 1999
ExpertiseDrawing, installation art, experimental pedagogy, new media, participatory art, art theory, latin american visual culture
Lasch P, P. “Map of New ORDER Lines.” Journal Bol, edited by Kyunghwa Ahn, Seoul: BOL, 2006.
Lasch, P. “Justice for Three Voices: Two Real, One Imaginary.” Journal Bol, edited by Kyunghwa Ahn, Seoul: BOL, 2006.
Lasch, P. Recycled Photographs: Moving Still Images of Mexico City, 1950/2000. Edited by Marcy Schwartz and Mary Beth Tierney-Tello, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006, pp. 139–72.
Lasch, P., and P. others. “Introducción: (Des)Colonialidad del ser y el saber.” El Desprendimiento: Pensamiento Crítico Y Opción Descolonial, Argentina: Editorial Signo & Durham: Globalization and the Humanities Project, Duke University, 2006, pp. 2&cover-.
16Beaver Group, Kyunghwa, and Kyunghwa Lasch P. Act Patriot Act. The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, 2005.
Lasch, P. “Una Propuesta Escultorica.” Saber Ver, vol. Segunda Epoca, 2005, pp. 38–39.
Lasch, P. “Naturalizations: Media Defacements.” Rethinking Marxism, vol. 16:4, 2004, pp. 486–87.
16Beaver Group, Kyunghwa, and Kyunghwa Lasch P. “An Open Interview and Lunch.” Fuse Magazine, vol. 26:2, 2003, pp. 12–13.
Lasch, P. “La Mesa de Juego de Mendeleiev.” Ciencias, vol. 65, no. 76, Mexico City: U.N.A.M., 2002.
Lasch, P. “Un Arte que Nace, y si no se Reproduce...Muere.” Longevidad: Ciencia Y Culture, no. 108–116, 2000.
LATINO/A AMERICA & Jacob Lawrence’s Migrations Series (Slide Talk) for Panel: Epics of Black and Brown: A Public Panel on the Representation, Culture and Experience of African American and Latino/a Migrations. Participants: Harry Harrison, Claudia M...
Lacanian Analysis & the Naturalizations Project (Special Workshop) in relation to The Screams of Silence: Depression and Other Maladies of Modern Times, a visiting lecture by Alejandro Salamonovitz, PhD, International Exchange Program. September 20,...
Pedro Lasch: Exhibitions, 2010 | Caras Vemos, Corazones No Sabemos (Faces We See, Hearts We Do Not Know): The Human Landscape of Mexican Migration to the United States at The Alameda Museum, San Antonio, Texas. (2010)