b. 1985, Mexico; lives and works in London and Mexico City

2008-2011 Falmouth University, BA (Hons) 

Pablo de Laborde Lascaris’s sculptural works challenge the functionality of day-to-day objects made obsolete by the alteration of their shape, scale or material. His deliberate act of depriving an item of its intended purpose questions the traditional qualities and context of sculpture.

Selected exhibitions include the group show Synergia at Galeria de Arte Mexicano, Mexico City, (2018) and solo shows: A Blip, ASC Gallery, London (2016); Pitch, Galerie Gourvennec Ogor, Marseille (2013); Tide, Christ’s Hospital, Horsham (2012). His performance pieces include The Bricklayer and the Artist for Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre, Rootstein Hopkins Parade Ground, London and Les disciples d’Actéon, Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris (2014).