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Federico LamasAR

Federico Lamas<sup>AR</sup>
Federico Lamas

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Federico Lamas' production revolves around video, design, illustration and audiovisual experimentation. This integrates VJ, graphics, video, narration, publications, illustration and installations. His university degree is Image and Sound Designer at UBA.

Among his projects and performances the following stand out: direction, staging and video production for the opera THE RAVEN by Toshio Hosokawa at the CETC of the Colón Theater; his participation in the Videobrasil Festival 4 times, winning 2 of them; residences in Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Canada and Bolivia; Prize in Young Neighborhood Work in ArteBA’10; the INFERNAL VISION illustration and animation project that includes books in various editions, murals, collaborations, animations, festivals and live performances around the world; the exhibition-installation "FLAGS OF CONVENIENCE" pieces, illustration and video at the CC Matienzo in Buenos Aires and at the Oi Flamingo in Rio de Janeiro; Direction and Video Post for the new infantile of the National Theater Cervantes "The Man who lost his shadow".

In 2018 he performed with a single show at the Drawing Room fair in Lisbon, Portugal in the RV gallery space. In November of the same year, his new publication "Tell me something valuable" was launched in the Great Hall of Mexico. And in April / May 2019 he held a residency and only show at Le Bande Video gallery in Quebec, Canada where he released his new video "STRESS LEVEL SAURUS"

He also presented a VJ set at the Musée de la Civilisacion de Québec. In July it premiered with the Stable Ballet of the San Martín theater in Buenos Aires, "El Porvenir" directed by Eleonora Comelli and where she directed, and post-produced video. He premiered VJ's set at the BUM party at the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires and in October awaits his 5th participation in official competition at the Videobrasil festival in the city of São Paulo with the video installation “NOO”.

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