Robin Lasser, Oakland

Eureka Fellowship Awardee 2019


Lasser produces photographs, video, site-specific installations, and public art dealing with environmental issues and social justice. She often works in a collaborative mode with other artists, writers, students, public agencies, community organizations, and international coalitions to produce public art and promote public dialogue. Her work is exhibited nationally and internationally. Recent international exhibitions include installations at the Metenkov Museum of Photography, Yekaterinburg, Russia, the Recoleta Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and the Caixa Cultural Center in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. Earlier national and international exhibitions include Parsons School of Design, New York, NY, Wave Hill Glyndor Gallery in the Bronx, NY, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Los Angeles, CA, the M.H. de Young Museum, San Francisco, and the Exploratorium Observation Gallery, San Francisco. Lasser received a BA in Design from UCLA and a MFA from Mills College in Oakland, CA. She is currently a Professor of Art at San Jose State University.

Ms. Yekaterinburg: Camera Obscura Dress Tent, 2004-2014
Ice Queen: Glacial Retreat Dress Tent, 2004-2014
Ms. Homeland Security: Illegal Entry Dress Tent, 2004-2014