#226: Daniela Lalita
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Cool people like cool things, which is why we asked Daniela Lalita to share a taste of her taste on Perfectly Imperfect.
Daniela Lalita is a New York-based musician, artist, and director. I first saw her perform when she opened for Caroline Polachek right before the pandemic and I was blown away by her stage presence, sound, and visuals, but I was disappointed that she didn’t appear to have much music available online. Thankfully that’s no longer the case because she just dropped her debut EP Trececerotres, a haunting and beautiful collection of tracks that came accompanied with an impressive set of self-directed music videos for “Pisoteo”, “Tenía Razón” and “No Para.” And back in 2017 she debuted a critically-acclaimed performance art piece titled Madre: A Disruptive Environment, so Lalita is no stranger to thinking deeply about the visual element of her work. Lucky for us, Daniela is here to tell us what she’s been into.
Without further ado
Daniela Lalita (instagram)
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