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b.1983, Cuba

is a visual artist focused in the fields of history, ideology, and collective memory. He is interested in the diagnosis and the reconstruction of an iconographic memory associated with the ideological notion of “prophylaxis,” wielded by the Cuban Revolution as an indoctrination tool aimed at the conversion of the individual in the archetype of the “New Man.” He reveals the absurdity of these historic brands while at the same time examines and demystifies the tools of propaganda. Lavastida works with posters, prints, collages, photos and videos. 

His work has been internationally exhibited; recently was presented in Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid, and Documenta fifteen in Kassel, Germany. 

He lives and works in Berlin.



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