Juan David Laserna

Bogotá, Colombia, 1984.

Lives and works in New York

School of Fine Arts alumni (2004) with a Masters in Fine and Visual Arts (2010) from the National University of Colombia, Laserna’s work is comprised of a varied group of strategies that combine mediums and artistic operations, usually laid out upon the visual critique and the analysis of media devices. In 2018 he won the IX Luis Caballero Prize with his project SET, is a university professor, and a member of the Maski collective with whom he carries out research and creative projects since 2005. He has been awarded the Outstanding Postgraduate Student Scholarship by the academic vicerectory of the National University of Colombia, and the Culture Ministry of Colombia's creative scholarship (2015). His work is a part of collections such as The Museum of Antioquia, Barranquilla's Museum of Modern Art (MAMB), Miguel Urrutia Museum of Art (MAMU), Pereira's Museum of Art, and the Bogotá Museum. His projects have also been shown continuously since 2008, mainly in institutions and independent spaces in cities such as Bogotá, Cali, and Medellín.