Exhibition opening: "The Power of the Click," in Seville, Spain July 2018.
Video of Lala Drona caught stealing donations with a fake hypnosis video.
Due to a breach of contract, Lala Drona banishes Drone #1 from The Lala World. He may never again return, at least not as a Drone.
Collective exhibition "Je suis..." 2015 in Paris, France.
Interview with Spanish television station before the exhibition "The Power of the Click." (Spanish). July 2018.
After a successful exhibition opening, Lala Drona rushes back to the Lala Laboratory in order to help her newborn Drones into the world.
Artist Lala Drona Feeds Drone #1 to her Muse after his failure to follow Drone Code.
Artist Lala Drona off-handedly creates a monster from scrap pieces of tape used in the painting of her self-portrait.
While setting up her workshop in Beijing China, Lala talks about some of her philosophy behind creating art.
Yearly project where Lala Drona invites Drones to participate in an art video surrounding a specific theme.
Out from the shadows comes Lapa Trona, the maternal figure of art-villain Lala Drona. This exclusive interview reveals another side of Lala that art world has not yet known.
Collective exhibition "Narcisse Obligé" 2016 in Paris, France. See Lala Drona's piece at the 2-minute mark.
Collaboration with band Television Generation. The music video takes place in The Lala Laboratory, where Lala experiments on 2 hands.
Exhibition opening: "Lettres, mots, et clics," in Galerie Art'et Miss, Paris France, Sept. 2018.
Video documentation of various art exhibitions.
Lala is finally booked and thrown into the slammer for muse abuse.
Short films and performances inspired by Lala Drona's dystopic universe "The Lala World": a world where inspiration is currency, and Lala Drona heads an art laboratory with her Drones (assistants. There, they conduct experiments on muses in order to extract inspiration for her paintings.
Solo exhibition "From the Bed to the Lab" 2014 at Düo Galerie in Paris, France. Video by Karim Mouici
The "La minute ladrona" video series are short performances inspired by themes regarding identity and transitions. The video series poses as an intensely intimate moment of introspection.